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6 Teacher Reads to Start Your Week

March 20, 2017
6 Teacher Reads to Start Your Week

Happy Monday, y’all! If you’re looking for a few teacher reads to expand your horizons this week, TeacherPop has you covered. From show-and-tell to a school district’s desegregation efforts, we’ve compiled all the top teaching-related news from the last two weeks. Check out these six teacher reads to start your week!

In this Mississippi school district, desegregation efforts are finally moving forward, decades after the Brown v. Board of Education decision. “They’re excited to walk in and be able to show other students what they know.”

Teachers in rural areas are engaging students with maker spaces.

A school district in Washington State is making high school more difficult in an effort to close the gap between the number of students from high-income families and low-income families who enroll in post-secondary programs after high school.

This is a great TED Talk to share with students who dream of becoming scientists, or better yet, asteroid hunters.

Show-and-tell isn’t just for elementary classrooms—middle and high school students can benefit when they share personal artifacts with their classmates.

Pizza or soup? Have a great week!