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American Federation of Teachers
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By Juanita Douglas I have spent the last 26 years of my life as an urban educator in the heart of Chicago. My goal has been the same each year:...
Amber Chandler
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Did you ever notice that those #ThankfulThursday posts all over social media don’t list flat tires, burned dinners, or failed lessons among the...
children with drawings
Students Rebuild
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As you well know, teachers do more for their students than just academic instruction. Every day they assemble young minds to field ideas and help...
Venngage computer and books
Amber Chandler
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You’ve heard of microcredentials, and of course we have all been micromanaged at one point or another, but have you heard of microconsumers? I won’t...
KIndred Spirits
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We are certain that being English language arts teachers has helped illuminate how much a kindred spirit Jonathan Todres has become to us. However,...
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
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At their best, our nation’s public schools provide an equal opportunity for every child of every background to learn, grow and succeed. Now more than...
This article was originally published on October 3, 2017 on the Anti-Defamation League website and can be found here . In August 2016, then-NFL San...
Amber Chandler
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With all of the mandates (often unfunded), standardized testing and public scrutiny, it is easy to see why teachers retreat into a “this is how we do...
Middle School Kindness Challenge
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A quality education for all students includes numerous factors from equitable funding to well-rounded curriculum. But there’s another piece of the...
Orlaith Staunton with Katie Gould
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https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/sick-tick%E2%80%94tori%E2%80%99s-story-289676 For Sepsis Awareness Month this September, the American...