by Keeanna Warren | 2.9.20
Recently, one of our students stole a pair of headphones from a peer. This is a student who has a long history of traumatic experiences. Our team knew the student would benefit from going through our school’s restorative process instead of traditional punitive measures.
by Rana Khatib | 11.23.19
I was working with a Spanish-speaking student, and I thought I was saying his name correctly. But a quick look he gave me during an activity made me pause and think, ‘Is he reacting to how I’m pronouncing his name?’
by Eric Saibel | 11.19.19
Connecting with our students’ families means a lot to me – and it makes a huge difference for our school culture, too.
by Jonathan Bolding | 8.27.19
When I first started teaching, I was working in a school that served mostly students of color. Even as a teacher of color, I didn’t share a lot of the same experiences my students had.
by Cody Miller | 8.12.19
For the past several years, my ninth grade students and I have started the school year by compiling a timeline of texts that have helped shape who they are today.
by Marian Dingle | 6.24.19
I’m in my 20th year of teaching, and I’ve long considered myself an advocate for equity work – but it wasn’t until more recently that I decided to really intentionally join conversations with my fellow teachers about building more equitable classrooms.