Teacher Voice Roundup

Posted May 6, 2015

A Week to Celebrate Both Teachers and Charter Schools

This week happens to be both Charter Schools Week and Teacher Appreciation Week, with both movements aiming to highlight the good work being done by…

By Valentina Payne

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Posted Feb. 5, 2015

Connect the Dots: Common Core Builds a Staircase to Higher Learning

In the past, what kids learned in school seemed disconnected from one year to the next. According to teacher Cathy Kotlarek’s recent post on Educators…

By Caroline Bermudez

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Posted Feb. 3, 2015

Listening to Teachers Talk About Why Common Core Works

America Achieves has a new weekly feature called Teachers Talk, interviewing educators about why they believe the Common Core works for their classrooms. One teacher…

By Caroline Bermudez

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Posted Jan. 26, 2015

A Tennessee Teacher’s Pride

Change is possible and as Tennessee schools have proven, it can be remarkable. Educator James Dittes penned an op-ed for The Tennessean expressing his pride over how the…

By Caroline Bermudez

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Posted Jan. 26, 2015

Nevada Teacher of the Year Says Common Core Reinvigorates Teaching

Jeff Hinton, a history teacher who was named the 2014 Nevada Teacher of the Year, writes on the blog of Educators for High Standards that Common Core…

By Caroline Bermudez

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Posted Jan. 21, 2015

We Should Never Stop Talking About Racial Inequity, Say These Teachers

Last week Educators for Excellence wrapped up their series on racial inequity and why the conversation on race and social justice must remain present in…

By Hanna Grace Frank

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Posted Jan. 14, 2015

Let’s Not ‘Spoon Feed’ Kids, Says This Teacher

Progress is often stalled by fear, the fear of trying of something new, the fear of searching for answers that do not come easily to…

By Caroline Bermudez

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Posted Jan. 13, 2015

A Teacher Building Critical Thinkers

Yesterday E4E kicked off their racial inequity series. This week they are highlighting why we need to be having conversations about social injustice in and…

By Hanna Grace Frank

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Posted Jan. 12, 2015

Racial Inequity Isn’t Just a Media Trend

The tragic stories of Eric Garner, Michael Brown and Tamir Rice created an outpouring of outrage on blogs, in social media and during street protests.…

By Hanna Grace Frank

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Posted Dec. 26, 2014

California Teacher: Our Voices Need to Be Heard on School Staffing Plan

Teachers work directly with students, but too often lack substantive roles in crafting education policy. They want a stake in determining how and what children…

By Caroline Bermudez

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Posted May 12, 2021

The Emergency Broadband Benefit and How to Make Sure It Reaches Families Who Need It

What is the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit program? On May 12, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) launched the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program to help…

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Posted May 12, 2021

COVID-19 Impacts Graduating Seniors’ Postsecondary Choices. Here’s How We Can Help.

Once a happy inflection point for many young people, high school graduation—and what comes next—is now chaotic. COVID-19 has dramatically raised the barriers to accessing…

By Lina Bankert

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Posted May 11, 2021

Will We Finally Tap The Learning Expertise That Is Present in Oft-Overlooked Communities?

Talk of an education “recovery” to address student “learning loss” is here, often with a focus on expanded summer learning programs, high-dose tutoring and expanded…

By Naomi N. Shelton, Karega Rausch

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