Shifting the Focus From Grades to Growth

by | 9.16.21

Last school year, I had a student who told me near the end of the semester, “I think I have a C.” I could see in her work that she was earning a high B or even an A. I asked why she thought she had a C, and she said, “Well, I’m just a C student in English. That’s what I always get.”

Resource Round-up: Teaching Juneteenth

by | 6.16.21

We’ve heard from you and your fellow teachers that Juneteenth offers a powerful opportunity for students to deepen their understanding of Black history – and for educators to promote a culture of anti-racism in the classroom.

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