New NEA President: ‘We Are Not Going to Put Our Students at Risk’ for COVID-19 – Teaching Now

By Catherine Gewertz, Sarah Schwartz, and Madeline Will

Thousands of high school students have participated in demonstrations against police killings of unarmed Black people. Some students are demanding that their school districts adopt anti-racist curricula.

Against that backdrop of activism, Education Week asked 10 Black high school students around the country about their experiences in school, including class discussions about race and racism. 



In another video, students tell educators what they need from their schools to feel safe and supported. Subsequent videos will feature students’ views on the importance of Black teachers and what they feel should be the

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Across the Country, Teachers Rally for Safe Reopenings and Police-Free Schools – Teaching Now

By Catherine Gewertz, Sarah Schwartz, and Madeline Will

Thousands of high school students have participated in demonstrations against police killings of unarmed Black people. Some students are demanding that their school districts adopt anti-racist curricula.

Against that backdrop of activism, Education Week asked 10 Black high school students around the country about their experiences in school, including class discussions about race and racism. 



In another video, students tell educators what they need from their schools to feel safe and supported. Subsequent videos will feature students’ views on the importance of Black teachers and what they feel should be the

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Schools Need Extra Supplies Since Kids Can’t Share. Per Usual, Teachers Are Paying – Teaching Now

By Catherine Gewertz, Sarah Schwartz, and Madeline Will

Thousands of high school students have participated in demonstrations against police killings of unarmed Black people. Some students are demanding that their school districts adopt anti-racist curricula.

Against that backdrop of activism, Education Week asked 10 Black high school students around the country about their experiences in school, including class discussions about race and racism. 



In another video, students tell educators what they need from their schools to feel safe and supported. Subsequent videos will feature students’ views on the importance of Black teachers and what they feel should be the

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Posted on 1 week ago

Classroom Discussions on Race: Hear What 5 Black Students Say They Need – Teaching Now

By Catherine Gewertz, Sarah Schwartz, and Madeline Will

Thousands of high school students have participated in demonstrations against police killings of unarmed Black people. Some students are demanding that their school districts adopt anti-racist curricula.

Against that backdrop of activism, Education Week asked 10 Black high school students around the country about their experiences in school, including class discussions about race and racism. 



In another video, students tell educators what they need from their schools to feel safe and supported. Subsequent videos will feature students’ views on the importance of Black teachers and what they feel should be the

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Posted on 1 week ago

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P450 (PF00067)

We come back to character traits all though out the varsity yr. A couple of years ago, I used to be talking to a former pupil who was just finishing sixth grade. She had lately figured it out and it pissed her off. I can not recall her exact phrases, but she was quite cynical about the whole thing: assessments, and finding out, and learning about stuff you don’t care about and will by no means “use” just for grades, and all so you are able to do it over once more the subsequent yr. I’ve heard related rants from … Read More

Evidence Primarily based Academic Leadership

Key dates for schools, together with moderation days, skilled studying days and public holidays. About Blog – Math Weblog by David Sladkey. I train High School Mathematics and I love my job. I prefer to study new things to become a greater teacher. This is a report of my journey. Chicken Littling is about creating a way of urgency. It is not as widespread as it as soon as was; it’s possible you’ll recall that charter fans used to say that students couldn’t wait one more day for public schools, till they decided that constitution faculties needed several extra days … Read More