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In our latest episode of the podcast, Jonathan Supovitz and Alan Daly of the Consortium for Policy Research in Education join us to talk about how Twitter conversation about Common Core actually affects policy decisions.
Here are a few tips and ideas for budgeting smartly, saving for the future, and feeling financially stable in your first few years as a teacher or recent graduate.
It started with a few tweets from Ferguson. Now TFA Alum DeRay Mckesson (New York City ’07) and Johnetta Elzie are bringing perspective from protests across America.
Rick Hess has a new book aiming to bring out "The Cage-Busting Teacher" in each of us. But is he just another person sitting in the ivory tower without portable ideas? We caught with him for our latest episode of Education on Tap.
Fewer than 6 percent of medical students in the United States come from the nation’s lowest income quartile. One TFA alum is working to make careers in medicine an option for all students.
Teach For America recognized the exemplary work of 10 educators on Tuesday when the organization announced the 2015 recipients of the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.
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.
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.

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