Making Space for Youth Activism
Schools can be safe environments for students to explore ways to improve the world and the communities they live in.
Creating A Path Toward Healing in the Classroom
How schools have adapted their social-emotional supports to help students cope with the emotional toll of the pandemic.
When Will History Be Taught Honestly?
If students are to explore America's unvarnished history and grapple with its consequences, teachers must dislodge long-held narratives. Will it take a generation?
Building Indigenous Futures for Ourselves and Our Nations
How Native educators are combatting the erasure of Indigenous perspectives in the classroom, and ensuring Native students are seen and heard.
Advocating in Partnership With Alumni and Students
Recently, TFA staff and alumni—as well as some Seattle students—gathered in Olympia, Washington, to meet with state legislators and advocate for their education priorities.
Called to Speak: The Struggle to Ensure an Indigenous Language Lives On
In the next 100 years, half of the world’s languages could go extinct. A family and a school in Washington are committed to saving one of them.
What do Teach For America alumni boards do? Here are insights from alumni who serve on leadership councils and on regional boards of The Collective and Prism in Alabama, Massachusetts, Washington and Kansas City.
What Is The Racial Identity Development Gap, And How Can It Affect Your Teaching?
A dispatch from Fin Hardy, a presenter at the 19th national White Privilege Conference.
Why We Need More Teachers Of Color In Washington State
Why board member Michelle Tang (Bay Area '13) is inspired to recruit and support teachers of color in WA schools.