This English Teacher Believes in Care First, Content Second
YES Prep Northline Secondary teacher Dylan Lewis strives to make his Houston classroom a safe space for students.
In This Vision of Education, Students Are Empowered to Love Learning and Themselves
Ebony Payne Brown is working to open a charter school in Atlanta with rigorous academics, where students feel loved and their identities are celebrated.
What’s It Like to Be a Middle School AAPI Activist?
Mina Fedor, a middle school student and activist, founded AAPI Youth Rising to amplify the voices of AAPI youth and fight anti-Asian racism and xenophobia.
Culturally Inclusive Books Inspire Students to Become Change Agents
Georgia students participating in a Read Woke book club, founded by Cicely Lewis, are empowered to create and lead programs that promote social change in their high school.
When Spirits Dance: Exploring Identity Through Day of the Dead Traditions
A Mexican-American performing arts teacher creates a culturally responsive learning environment by teaching students how “Día de los Muertos” (Day of the Dead) traditions can help them foster community and find healing from loss.
‘Ohana and ‘Āina: Connecting Family, Farming, and Freedom
Join 16-year-old high school student Jade Onaka in this animated video as she explores her family’s history to learn about the farming practices and Indigenous food systems that sustained Hawaiians for generations.
A Family Finds Freedom Through Lakota Language
Winona Little Owl narrates her family’s story of learning their Native language, Lakota, and how the journey helped them reclaim their freedom.
Uprooted by Gentrification, Learning to Architect the Future
In booming Nashville, Tennessee, explosive growth is displacing students and teachers from parts of the city. But through an inventive urban design course, a rising generation of middle school students are preparing to become the agents of Nashville's development.
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.