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We need to prepare children for the increasingly globalized world we live in. Improving their learning of languages is a good start.
The rhetoric used by this summer’s Olympic media has given educators many rich examples to introduce students to intersectionality.
Stepping way outside of his comfort zone, this teacher performed Hamilton scenes for his students, showing them the power of embracing productive discomfort and trying new things.
Parlez-vous français? This educator reflects on what students on the autism spectrum, including her own daughter, can gain from foreign language study.