What Comes Next for Teaching?

It’s Time to dream big. Great teachers unlock worlds of possibility. That’s why we have spent the past decade helping teachers and leaders build on their strengths and grow into the leading educators that every student deserves. This year, our mission enters a new chapter as passionate educators across the country show what’s possible. As … Continued

Bringing a Sharper Lens to Data Reviews: Part 2

Data reviews can serve multiple purposes and may be structured in a multitude of ways. To match the structure and format to the purpose, get clear about what you want to accomplish, how you want participants to show up, and how you plan to use the time. How to use your time When planning for … Continued

Bringing a Sharper Lens to Data Reviews: Part 1

Data reviews are an important part of the instructional planning process. They offer educators an opportunity to not only reflect but also put values into practice. Every student deserves teaching that prepares them for their next step and beyond, no matter who they are, where they come from, or how much money their family has. … Continued

Juneteenth and the Role of the Educator

Reflections on the newest Federal holiday Black communities have celebrated Juneteenth Day since 1866. This observance commemorates the end of legal slavery in the United States two and a half years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. To many, it serves as a time for reflection, celebrating achievement, and sharing in Black joy. Yesterday, … Continued

We Must Build in Community

What I Learned from Teaching in Rural Mississippi I started teaching twenty years ago in Greenville, Mississippi as a math teacher at T.L. Weston High School. I chose to teach in rural Mississippi because of its long history of resistance and organizing and also because of a critical shortage of certified math teachers. When I … Continued

9 minutes and 29 seconds

Remembering George Floyd 9 minutes and 29 seconds. This time marker will forever be etched into the heart of our nation. On May 25, 2020, as a nation under quarantine we rallied around calls for “togetherness.” And together, those 9 minutes and 29 seconds opened our eyes to the realities of racial injustice. The sharp … Continued

The Lessons of Brown v. Board Today

This year marks the 67th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision — an event that is about much more than history. For many students of color, educational opportunities are still separate and unequal. We cannot reach true equity with the scattershot solutions of decades past. We must pursue systemic actions. And more importantly, we must work … Continued

Do More with Teacher Appreciation

Moving Beyond the Discounts, Gifts, and Thank Yous Since 1984, our country has celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week for five short days to recognize how teachers shape our world. Do a quick Google search, and you will see dozens of pages broadcasting limited-time deals for teachers and gift ideas—I happily received my fair share of cards, … Continued

Bridging the gap between antiracist activism and pedagogy

This piece originally appeared on the EDNET blog, an initiative of the Doug and Maria DeVos Foundation. What I teach and how I teach it can either contribute to or deviate from systems of oppression that impact our students of color and their families. That’s the system-level view that Leading Educators (LE), a professional learning partner with my … Continued

Honoring George Floyd with Action

The Fight for Justice Marches On “Anti-black racism is in the culture. It’s in our laws, in our advertisements, in our friendships, in our segregated cities, in our schools, in our Congress, in our scientific experiments, in our language, on the Internet, in our bodies no matter our race, in our communities, and, perhaps, most … Continued

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