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As an undocumented teen, Jaime Ballesteros thought college was an impossible dream before breaking the glass ceiling. Now, as a teacher, he's challenging all his students to excel while helping those with the dilemma he once faced.
Discover how teachers can spot and support some of the 1.6 million American kids coping with homelessness—and learn about a film on the topic that is premiering tonight.
A TFA alum becomes a role model for students pursuing STEM.
Read about three choices preschool teachers can make to address challenging behaviors.
The use of Native mascots undermines the heritage of thousands of American Indian students.
Let’s clear up a few points of confusion: Special education is not a place, not a subject, not an identity.
For the past year, Chris Diaz has been coaching Teach For America corps members in Jacksonville. However, he explains what's compelling him to return to the classroom as a teacher this fall.