By Shanna Peeples, 2015 National Teacher of the Year
By Lee Anne Hill
Sometimes, as a teacher of high school students, I need to remind myself of who I was when I was the student in a high school classroom. If memory serves, I was more concerned with friend and boyfriend…
By Erin Medeiros
Most teachers and parents have seen or heard former Secretary of Education Richard Riley’s insight about the state of education: “We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist . . . using technologies that haven’t yet been invented…
By Kristi Hodges
By Ryan Kaiser, 2016 Maryland Teacher of the Year
“I forget what I hear, I remember what I read, I learn what I do.”
This quote is something I have lived by as much as I possibly could over the years. I…
Picture this: It’s Friday night. Your biological children have finally (finally!) gone to sleep. You curl up on the couch in your…
By Ashley Lamb-Sinclair
This piece first appeared in the Louisville Courier Journal.
In the days after the election, I heard a quote amongst all the political analysis that kept surfacing for me again and again. Richard Russo said…
By Christine Porter Marsh, 2016 Arizona Teacher of the Year
By Karen Corbell
Karen reflects on her path as an educator and making the choice to stay in the classroom.
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