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Maya Angelou was an activist up until the very end of her life: visible, accessible, present to the people to whom her work and her message of hope meant the most.
This summer’s Youth Congress is nothing new. What is new is how we will attempt to bring so many groups and individuals together and use the power of our voices and our feet to force the boiling pot to rumble with a collaborative spirit.
TT and Diane Ravitch see eye-to-eye on many issues, but our latest report wasn’t one of them.
Going into children’s communities is the best way for teachers to learn about the cultural wealth existing in homes and to understand the importance of including families in the education of their children.
In more than 20 years of teaching students ranging from as young as 12 to as old as 70, I have found one thing to be verifiably true: Humor positively impacts the learning environment.
What does a commitment to pluralism look like when working with children under five?