A Lesson in Serving the Nation
Three military veterans tell us how they’ve shared the values of national service with their students.
Becoming a Teacher During the Pandemic
Entering the teaching profession is different this year than ever before. New Teach For America corps members discuss their anxieties, hopes, and plans to support their students in every way they can, whether they are teaching in person, remotely, or in a hybrid model.
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.
Love in the Time of COVID-19
When the global pandemic cancelled their dream weddings, these four couples still found a way to say, "I do." Guest attire: Zoom-casual.
So Many Missed Milestones for High School Seniors
A high school senior in Las Vegas describes her day-to-day life during the coronavirus pandemic, and reflects on the missed milestones of her senior year.
Lifeguarding Dreams Put on Hold by the Pandemic
Two Teach For America Las Vegas students Beamber Davis and Elijah Garcia give updates on how their day-to-day lives have changed since their school closed amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Rushing to Fill the Gaps Coronavirus Has Widened
As the pandemic intensifies inequities in education and across our already fragile safety nets, social entrepreneurs and nonprofits are feeling the urgency to find solutions.
Keeping Students at the Center in the Time of Coronavirus
How teachers and school leaders are going above and beyond to stay connected with students and families in the wake of abrupt COVID-19 school building closures.
Everyone Into the Pool: Students Dismantle Segregation’s Legacy by Learning to Swim
Drowning is the fourth leading cause of unintentional death for children in Clark County, Nevada. Meet Las Vegas students Elijah Garcia and Beamber Davis who are learning to teach swimming and save lives.