The poet Sylvia Plath and the novelist Charlotte Brontë. Ida B. Wells, the anti-lynching activist. These extraordinary women — and so many others — did not have obituaries in The New York Times. Until
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If we want our students to feel safe and accepting of their own mental health issues, can we model that by being open ourselves?
Hundreds of organizations and experts are calling for a public health approach to school-based violence.
My entire career has been devoted to fostering student voice—to ensuring that students’ thoughts, ideas, and passions are an integral part of school change efforts. Out of all the things students can
I fully expect that the flood of amazing games is going to slow down eventually. To abate somewhat. Maybe even decline. Yet, every year ends up being as amazing as the previous. Until I looked back, I
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Schools inside juvenile justice facilities struggle mightily to find and hold onto teachers who have the skills to deliver meaningful education to some of society's most at-risk students.
Like everyone else, I was devastated when I learned about yet another high school shooting. Probably unlike most everyone else, I also became really upset when I learned that the shooting suspect was
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Teachers across the country are joining the #ArmMeWith movement on social media to protest arming classroom teachers with weapons.
Social media is increasingly used for teachers’ professional learning, but teachers seem more hesitant to use it as a learning tool with students, according to a survey from the University of…
A new study blows some big holes in many long-held assumptions