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Posted June 6, 2016

Why the Lack of Black Male Educators Isn’t Just a Problem for Black Students

Lately, there has been a clarion call to increase the percentage of Black male teachers in American public schools. Currently, we make up only 2…

By Robert Croston

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Posted Feb. 29, 2016

Hey, New Teacher, We Want to Help You #TeachStrong

I see you, New Teacher. I see you scurry through the door each morning, loaded down like a pack mule with your teacher bags and…

By Dayna Burke

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Posted Feb. 15, 2016

Why We Should Move the Education Conversation From Budgets to Presidential Platforms

Every four years the presidential election cycle spurs our country to have a national conversation about the direction in which our country should be heading.…

By Holly Kragthorpe

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Posted Feb. 8, 2016

In My Classroom, Common Core Isn’t a Problem It’s an Opportunity

Many have erroneously dismissed the Common Core State Standards as a politically-motivated federal agenda to control education. The fear incited by the media and the…

By Courtney A. Brown

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Posted Dec. 3, 2015

Helping New Teachers to #TeachStrong

Bringing new teachers into our schools is vital to maintaining our great schools and improving our struggling schools, as well as nurturing future generations of teachers.…

By Lisa Vahey

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Posted Nov. 24, 2015

Unexpected Allies Working To ‘Modernize and Elevate The Teaching Profession’

Last week, a campaign coalition organized by the Center for American Progress called #TeachStrong was announced. As reported by Lyndsey Layton in the Washington Post:…

By Ned Stanley

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Posted Nov. 10, 2015

If Education Is Really About the Kids, We Have to Be Open to Self-Reflection

It is often said that the political battles in education are the nastiest of all, with ideology and special interests on all sides digging in…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Sep. 16, 2020

How to Raise Children Who Celebrate Diversity

Nearly a century ago, Father Flanagan, the founder of Boys Town, said, It costs so little to teach a child to love, and so much…

By Bridget Barnes

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Posted Sep. 17, 2020

Yes, White Teachers Still Need to Be Ready to Talk to Students About Race

“What’s the difference between a killing and a lynching?” The question popped up on my phone through the Google Hangouts app I installed in March.…

By Desiree Mitchel

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Posted Sep. 15, 2020

Kids Need to Write More. A Lot More.

Growing up with teachers for parents, my siblings and I were taught that writing is an indispensable skill. We attended rigorous schools and enrichment programs…

By Aigner Picou

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