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A Teacher’s Plea to America

One teacher reflects on what it means for students to go to school every day after Columbine, Sandy Hook, Parkland and Santa Fe.
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Teachers, Facebook and Civic Engagement

In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, many people—educators chief among them—joined activist Facebook groups. Researchers at the University of Florida studied how these groups influenced educators’ civic engagement. Here’s what they learned.
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Native American injustice: how we ravaged the "savages"

How have Native Americans struggled since North America was colonized?

How is empathy a seed of social action?

How are Native Americans effected by the past in today's world?

How can modern America do justice to the native people?
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Announcing Our Diverse Democracy Grants

We’re excited to announce that this summer, TT is funding projects that will help students become empowered voting advocates in their communities.
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Why We Walked: A Letter to Our Future Educators

This Colorado teacher wants future educators to know that educators in her state aren’t walking out because they hate their jobs. They’re walking out because they love them.