by Jorge Pacheco Jr. | 5.2.18
I’m a firm believer that it’s never too early to start teaching kids about empathy, love, race, class and gender.
by Andrea Bazemore | 11.6.17
Teaching can be exhausting, but if I get stressed out, or if it’s the middle of the year and I’m dragging my feet, I make sure to bring my focus back to my kids.
by Cassie Beasley | 9.14.17
My hope is that in the school year ahead, we do what we can to hear about our students’ cultures and make our learning spaces more equitable one small step at a time.
by Shana White | 8.21.17
“I’m a fierce advocate for students because I don’t want any of them to experience anything like what I did.”
by Sharif El-Mekki | 8.15.17
“I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept.” —Angela Davis
by Alexis Valentin | 7.20.17
“You’re empowering the next generation … that’s one of the most powerful and important things we as educators can do.”
by Ulana Ainsworth | 6.21.17
I want all of my kids to find people who inspire them and things that open their eyes to their potential.
by George Christopher | 6.16.17
I found success by creating a space where we could celebrate what makes us unique.
by Julie Hembree | 5.16.17
“Exploring the world around us … is so important for students to be empathetic, empowered, critical thinkers.”
by Emily Francis | 5.12.17
“Let’s never stop … cherishing the opportunity we have to inspire our students to learn, dream and succeed.”