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We spoke with the head of the National Indian Education Association to discuss how schools can be better supported to engage productively with Native communities.
A mom shares advice on what teachers can do to make navigating special education easier for parents.
Three students from across the country reflect on what’s working in their schools—and what they’d like to see change in 2017.
A former teacher reflects on a crucial component missing in his classroom.
The needs of teachers, students, and families did not take a pause after the election.
Mispronouncing student names can have a lasting impact on kids.
What can states learn from civil rights groups when it comes to implementing ESSA?
A unique strategy to empower young African American men and drive results in the classroom.
How do we support students who too often are written off by society?
Get to know Zaitrarrio Collier, a 2016 Bridge Fellow.
Get to know Marvin Pierre, a 2016 Bridge Fellow.
Unearthing the roots of the educational inequity our country struggles with today.
Our nation's next steps on immigration will have dire consequences for teachers, students, and families.
Learn more about our 2016 Bridge Fellows.
Why should stating facts about real inequity be tied to a political agenda?
Low-income and first-generation college students need support and resources.
Despite greater social acceptance of LGBTQ identities and people, our schools haven’t kept pace.
It's time to consider how to support all educators to address the needs of LGBTQ kids.