Episode 4: Young Changemakers
Students from Kendall-Whittier Elementary in Tulsa, Oklahoma, share how the Tulsa Changemakers program is helping them find their voice and their role as leaders in their community.
Why I Teach, Even (Especially) When There's No School
Teachers are facing the test of a lifetime. Here’s why they’re not backing down.
100 Years Later, Remembering and Rebuilding Black Wall Street
Ashley Philippsen is helping to lead Tulsa’s centennial effort to remember and rebuild where hundreds lost their lives.
Taking the Numb Out of Numbers
The Data Strategy and Analytics Team at Tulsa Public Schools is charting a new path to support teachers, school leaders, and staff in leveraging the power of information to better serve students.
10 Latinx Leaders Changing Tulsa’s Educational Landscape
This Latinx Heritage Month, we honor and celebrate the contributions made by Teach For America Latinx leaders across Tulsa. They are teachers, assistant principals, program managers, and executive directors. Their bold journeys demonstrate collective impact towards offering an excellent and equitable education to our city's children.
Standing for Students, Schools, and Teachers
In April 2018, Oklahoma teachers walked out to advocate for higher pay and other budgetary increases. Here's how some of them remember that event.
Special Education Allyship In Action
Four corps members serving as special education teachers share how they promote advocacy, agency, and positive disability identity building in their classrooms.
When Kids Lead the Way
An afterschool leadership program in Tulsa is all about letting kids decide what changes their community needs, then giving them the tools to make it happen.