by Julia E. Torres | 8.31.18
As an educator, I believe that for my students to always be learning and growing, I need to always be learning and growing as well.
by Eli Casaus | 8.9.18
Last year, the school where I worked focused on finding ways to build community by better serving our families and students. A big part of that was making sure each student felt welcomed every single day.
by Josh Parker | 8.3.18
When we think about working to make our classrooms more equitable, it makes sense to me to start with why we got into teaching.
by George Christopher | 8.2.18
I want my son to have a teacher who looks at him and sees what I see. And I have to be that teacher for my students.
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.