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 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 Tanya Hill | 4.27.18
We all come into teaching because we care about children. When I started teaching 21 years ago, it took a while to learn that taking care of my kids also means taking care of myself.
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 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 Vivett Dukes | 4.22.17
“There’s so much power in the transparency of asking, ‘I don’t know about your culture – will you tell me about it?’”
by Cornelius Minor | 2.9.17
“In those spaces in which we have influence, it’s on us to identify, confront & change anything that’s preventing inclusivity.”
by Brenda Minjares | 11.14.16
“My hope is that I can motivate [students] to take in the world around them and then use what they know to solve problems.”
by Danielle Ross | 9.28.16
“Right in front of my eyes, those 20 students transformed into leaders and into activists.”
by Teacher2Teacher Team | 7.19.16
“We have to be open to new ideas if we’re going to ask students to be.”