TFA Alums Start Organization to Engage Educators in Policies
Two Teach For America alums are helping educators understand policy and the importance local elections can have on fellow teachers and their students.
COVID-19: Teacher Perspectives on How Home Learning Successes and Challenges Underscore Pronounced Inequities
Corps members and alumni teachers serving low-income communities across Indianapolis share perspectives that highlight exacerbated inequities when it comes to student reach, engagement, and learning.
Planning for the Unknown Future of School
School and district leaders are looking ahead to what returning to school might look like in the fall, and planning for an unprecedented start to the school year.
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.
Student Letters to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr: "If It Wasn’t for You..."
Two Thomas Carr Howe Community High School students reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s impact and write letters in response.
‘No One is Invisible:’ Leadership Lessons and Advice from School Leaders
Four Indianapolis alumni school leaders share their personal 'why' for being in educational equity and illustrate how their schools are putting students' needs and aspirations first.
Building Coalitions and Serving as Allies for Latinx Students
In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, educators share how to serve as allies and build coalitions to ensure Latinx students thrive.
Strengthening My Students’ Social-Emotional Learning through Animal-Assisted Therapy
Elementary school teacher Emily Miller (Indy ’16) shares how introducing her dog Lady as animal-assisted therapy for her students has strengthened their social-emotional learning and wellbeing.
Leading with Cultural Competency in the Classroom
Alumna Sarah McManus (Indy ’17) discusses building coalitions with her students across lines of difference as an Asian American teacher.