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Editor’s note : Fifty years ago on July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 crew set foot on the moon. One group who is particularly excited about the...
Randi Weingarten Freedom to Teach speech
Randi Weingarten
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In this blog, Randi Weingarten, speaks on trust, respect and the freedom to teach by developing a culture of collaboration in schools and districts,...
cartoon of teacher with kids
Susan Butler
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Five Ways We Can Help Reduce Gender Bias in the Classroom " A gender-equal society would be one where the word ‘gender’ does not exist: where...
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Aug. 26, 2020 , will mark the centennial celebration of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guaranteed women’s right to vote and...
Baylor University
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The Value of Civics in the Classroom Dr. Brooke Blevins has seen for herself what can happen when students are taught to take civic action. She’s...
Re-imagining Migration
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Cultural Identity and Anxiety: Can You Say My Name? It was the second day of my last semester at college, and I was in a class that I had been...
Barbara R. Blackburn
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Using Scaffolding to Raise Rigor in the Classroom If we consider that rigor is “creating an environment in which each student is expected to learn at...
Learning First Alliance
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New Apprenticeships Demand Higher-Level Academics, Teacher Engagement Last summer, a young welder invited me to evaluate apprenticeships at Newport...
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What Teachers Need to Know During Disaster Recovery When natural disasters strike, schools in impacted areas face many challenges in getting back to...
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It's already back to school time? I can't believe the school year is finally upon us. My husband just returned for his 21st year of teaching high...