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Black history is American history—this month and every month. Post a photo of a worksheet you’re sharing in class &… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
It’s wise to remember, regardless of a student’s background, she’s a kid—learning to be a member of her community.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
"When a student’s home life is different from their school life, it’s up to us teachers to connect the two worlds."… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
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During the confirmation hearings, time after time, when senators pushed DeVos to explain how she might approach a specific issue, she deflected—we’d still like answers to these questions.
Resisting innovation in public education squelches new ideas and slows progress in our schools.
Three students from across the country reflect on what’s working in their schools—and what they’d like to see change in 2017.
The needs of teachers, students, and families did not take a pause after the election.
How can students, teachers, and communities collaborate to help all kids meet their aspirations?
Innovative approaches to licensure can open up much-needed pipelines of new teachers.
D.C. Public Schools recommits itself to giving teachers the support they need.
Why does raising the bar for all kids matter? These students will tell you.
Cutting budgets in failing schools won't magically force them to fix their problems.
A push to adjust Title I in favor of underserved students faces opposition.
Why should stating facts about real inequity be tied to a political agenda?
How well ESSA serves students depends on the fine details of its implementation.
If California's tenure laws hurt kids, why doesn't the state feel obligated to fix the problem?
Applications for TNTP's Bridge Fellowship are now open.
How unions can survive—and thrive—even if they lose in court.
Leaders in education reflect on 2015 and forecast 2016.
Backtracking on the Common Core and accountability would hurt our most vulnerable students.
The new bill isn't perfect, but there are good reasons to support it.