How the Class of 2020 is Persevering Through the Pandemic
Last year’s graduating seniors are doing more than taking 2020 in stride.. They are converting disappointments, surprises, and tragedies into life lessons for the rest of us.
Three Schools Re-Imagining What A School Building Can Be
When design decisions are based on students, community, and history schools begin to look and feel very different.
What Happens When Philanthropists Begin to Practice Anti-Racism?
Money is starting to flow from people who believe that leaders with lived experiences of inequity are the most qualified to design solutions
There’s a Digital Divide in Silicon Valley and It’s Leaving Students Behind
Living just outside of the heart of Silicon Valley in the Bay Area are more than 15,000 families who lack access to high-speed internet and devices. This digital divide, which was already leaving students behind, is only widening during the coronavirus pandemic.
Meet the Alumni Leading Education in Their States
Meet the five Teach For America alumni currently serving as the foremost education leaders in their state.
The Census Counts as an Educational Equity Issue
The 2020 U.S. Census is underway. An executive director of the Census 2020 Count Committee discusses census outreach during the pandemic and why an accurate census count is critical to the work of educational equity.
Six Books to Get Your Students Through a Pandemic
It’s the reading list you never thought you would need.
Saving the World Could Start at School
Kids are all in to protect nature and life on Spaceship Earth. Are we?
Teacher Resilience, Put to the Test
In times of crisis, educators say “resilience” must mean more than bouncing back to the old ways. It asks for a leap into something better.