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By Brad Layman
Editor’s Note: Indiana’s passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in March immediately sparked criticism that the bill would allow private business to discriminate against LGBT individuals. Teacher Brad Layman describes how the bill, though disappointing to his students, also spurred an…
By Jillian Gordon
As educators, it’s time to stop pushing all of our students to go to college, and instead push them towards the path that is right for them.
By Heather Jancoski
We need a general vocabulary across schools -- not only in the valley or the state of Arizona, but the whole U.S. -- so that students have a universal understanding of what to do if an emergency occurs.
By Dr. Barbara Gortych
Trauma is a slippery thing and not so easily pushed away, even in a resilient town like Watertown.
By Roger Spears
As a science teacher, it is not my duty to force a belief in climate change or global warming on someone else, but rather allow the scientific method and inquiry process take hold.
By John Czernicki
Living and teaching in Colorado for the past 30 years, I have seen tremendous societal and legislative changes in my state on the issue of marijuana.
By Douglas Ray
As debate intensifies over equal rights for LGBTQ people, research has spotlighted the benefits of a supportive environment for LGBTQ students who are at an increased risk for bullying and violence. Teacher Douglas Ray discusses how educators can find new ways to engage…
By José Vilson
Editor’s Note: The U.S. recognizes February as Black History Month, prompting many educators to address the extensive history of the African diaspora. But it is important to show students that this history, and a larger conversation about racial equality in…
By Corinne Segal
When was the last time you heard a principal say, “I was broken and I didn't want to go on"? Or the last time you heard a child even mention a principal's name?…
By Alison Walter
In the crush of testing, standards and the pitfalls facing students in poverty, it is easy to lose sight of the incredible richness that our interconnected world can offer. So far, I have been able to find a few opportunities…
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