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What Happened Next: Prison-to-School Pipeline

Philadelphia scores a big success with career and technical education for students in the juvenile justice system.
Tim Kennedy

Do You Want to Work in Parks and Rec?

Follow the paths of four teachers who left the classroom for a different kind of wild, but with the same commitment to a brighter future.
Leah Fabel

Talking About Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness Across 45 Nations

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Andrea Morales
Moving toward educational equity often means taking a step back to understand yourself, your history, and the histories of others.
Paula Ann Solis

Helping Deaf Students Be Heard

Katherine Reyes advises fellow teachers of deaf and hard-of-hearing students, whose educational struggles are often overlooked.
Katherine Reyes

Choosing to Fight in Milwaukee

The city’s complicated, deep-rooted issues will not easily be solved. For these locals, that makes the challenge even more worth the taking.
Leah Fabel

Will Yours Be the Next School District to Flood?

Veteran educators share how they're preparing for next time.
Leah Fabel

After the Floods Receded, Houston Educators and Students Rose Up

From organizing kid zones at shelters to salvaging students’ college applications, meet some of the people who stepped up in the face of catastrophe.
Paula Ann Solis

The Scrappy, Collective Effort in Las Vegas

Erica Mosca
Bridget Bennett
Away from the glittery Vegas Strip, a scrappy network of students, families and education advocates is growing.
Paula Ann Solis

Eight Alumni Share Their Must-Reads for the Fall

As the leaves change and the temperatures drop, take an hour to cozy up with a book from our list of recommended reading.
Leah Fabel

Hurricane Irma: How to Help

As we hear from our friends and colleagues in Florida, we will update this page on ways you can help with immediate needs and longer-term recovery.

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