"I have used my voice to bring about change. I use my influence on social media to advocate for what I believe is right. I will fight for those who are no longer able to do so," writes teacher Sarah…
By Sarah Lerner
On National Inventors Day, learn how one Massachusetts educator is teaching his students about the power of invention.
By Doug Scott
We worried that when the day actually came, few might be bold enough to publicly proclaim their belief in the value of black lives. Then the t-shirt orders started coming in.
By Jesse Hagopian
On paper, my school looks good. But we fight a constant battle against low enrollment due to competition from charter schools.
By Adriana Chavira
By Natasha K. Warikoo
Social science has shown us that when a group perceives a decline in status, economic or otherwise, they are likely to accept narratives that blame a different group — often a stigmatized one — for that decline.
By Kristina Robertson
There are no great solutions or perfect strategies to eliminate the anxiety for immigrant children, but everyone can remember a teacher who made a difference in their lives.
To be a better teacher of the meaning of empathy, it helps to use the same tools of technology that young people are using.
By David Cutler
In the #MeToo era, and the current political climate, respect, equality, and thoughtfulness are three things I try to impart on my students.
Our adversaries believe many Americans are susceptible to foreign manipulation. As educators, we should think carefully about whether our schools have played a role.
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