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Recovering from Historical Amnesia

Four people pose for a photo inside Little Manila.
Little Manila Rising is often a gathering place outside of school for us History students. Lange Luntao is joined by (l to r) Tafari Lee, Celin Corpuz, and Bethany Alana McBurney.
Talia Herman
In Stockton, California, the grandchildren of farmworkers who fed the nation are discovering their history.
Susan Brenna

In the Fight for Systems Change, Two Big Wins

In Illinois and Minnesota, advocates for major shifts in education policy are celebrating victories that were a long time coming.
Leah Fabel

Rise and Shine

Halfway through her first year of teaching in rural East Feliciana Parish, Jazmin Reyes is getting used to her pre-dawn routine.
Paula Ann Solis

Most Popular Articles of 2017

From your favorite corps regions' hot spots to a new future in Appalachia—check out this year's most clicked-on stories.

What Happened Next?

Leaders of the Texas district-charter school SKY Partnership are now counting: how many kids complete college?
Ting Yu

Where I Went Wrong (and Where I Didn’t) in the College Quest

Leah Fabel

Match.Corps: Todo Cambió: Love in the Lone Star State

Miguel and Brenda are a match made in heaven—which in this case means Dallas.
Paula Ann Solis

Achieving Life Balance, One Saturday at a Time

In Miami, teachers escape the fall hustle for an hour of yoga on the shore.
Susan Brenna

Thanksgiving Assignment: Actually Listen to Your Elders

In a communications class at a high school in the East Bay, a third-year teacher coaches students to tell stories that matter.
Faviola Leyva

A Teacher's Guide to Power Napping Like a Pro

As the end of daylight saving time steals an hour of afternoon sunshine, naps feel inevitable. Go ahead. Give in.
Joel Serin-Christ

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