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Twenty-five years. 47,000 teachers. 32,000 alumni. Millions of kids. That's a lot of students, and a lot of people working in and out of the classroom to expand educational opportunities in America. And everyone's got a story. Here is the place to share them.

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From colonization until recent American history, schools were denied the flexibility and freedom to do what the Native American Community Academy has done: offer an education that’s truly indigenous.
"I'm helping others to learn how they should treat the world."
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.
See an inspiring video of one alum's use of spoken word to address the opportunity gap.
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 confusions: special education is not a place, not a subject, not an identity. Students are not SPED kids or “those kids.”
An Appalachia corps member on what he's learned as a rural educator.
Social justice work isn’t easy or convenient, but as history tells us, that edge of discomfort can catalyze real change.