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Posted Oct. 8, 2019

In the Age of Social Media, Our Kids Need All the Mental Health Support They Can Get

As a parent in his mid-thirties, I know that my childhood is totally unlike the childhood of my children. Sure, that’s a truism. But perhaps…

By Zachary Wright 

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Posted July 18, 2019

If You’re Still Wondering What Equity Means for Our Students, These 10 Edu-Tweeters Will Expand Your Thinking

My professional life changed the day I discovered the power of a well-considered Twitter feed. No longer stuck in the bubble of my school or…

By Michelle Cottrell-Williams

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Posted Dec. 6, 2018

5 Things Parents and Teachers Can Do to Teach Kids Critical Thinking Skills

There’s a growing premium on critical thinking. The skill of robust reasoning is increasingly crucial for work—and a successful life. People who know how to…

By Helen Lee Bouygues

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Posted Nov. 26, 2018

The Best Way to Fight Fake News Is With Real Teaching

A couple months ago, I heard a student at my school shout “fake news!” at friends down the hallway. It’s actually a pretty common occurrence…

By Kate Hardiman

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Posted May 8, 2018

So This Is What You Call ‘Teacher Appreciation’?

It’s Teacher Appreciation Day. But I have to admit it’s kind of a weird time to collect a free burrito and feel “appreciated.” In some…

By Tom Rademacher

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Posted Mar. 28, 2018

This App Is Connecting Classrooms Around the Globe

In today’s hyper-political, increasingly siloed world, social media is often pegged as yet another divider—a place where we reinforce our own views and cut ourselves…

By Stacy Weber, David Obianyor

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Posted Sep. 30, 2016

Missed the Facebook Q&A With Chris Stewart on the NAACP and Charter Schools? Here’s What You Missed.

Last night Education Post hosted a Facebook Q&A with education blogger Chris a.k.a. Citizen Stewart on why the NAACP is wrong to propose a moratorium…

By Ikhlas Saleem

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Posted Sep. 28, 2016

How Do I Join This Thursday’s Facebook Q&A on Charter Schools and the NAACP?

On Thursday, September 29, at 8:30 PM ET Education Post is hosting a Facebook Q&A on Why the NAACP Is Wrong to Propose a Moratorium…

By Ikhlas Saleem

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Posted Apr. 20, 2015

Don’t Join the Dark Side of Social Media

I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with social media. I love its neverending amount of content and the lively conversation. And the GIFs. (Oh, I…

By Hanna Grace Frank

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Posted Apr. 15, 2015

Try Empathy Before ‘Getting High’ Off Debate

When’s the last time you changed your mind as the result of an intellectual debate? Think about the last political position you got turned around…

By Elliot Haspel

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Posted Oct. 15, 2019

After 40 Years, There Is Still Time for the U.S. Department of Education to Become a Good Idea

Wherever you exist on the political spectrum, the U.S. Department of Education’s work has never been more relevant to the lives of families and students,…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Oct. 14, 2019

She Has a Plan for Everything, So Where Is Elizabeth Warren’s Plan for K-12 Education?

I love a woman with a plan! And, Senator Warren, it seems like you have a plan for just about everything. There are currently 50…

By Lisa Hollenbach

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Posted Oct. 14, 2019

Is Andrew Yang the Only One Brave Enough to Speak the Truth About Our Public Schools?

Education voters—people for whom education is the issue that determines their vote— have been banging our heads against the wall forever during presidential campaigns. Sure,…

By Erika Sanzi

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