Changing how we teach American history

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By Sheila Weathers “When the looting starts, the shooting starts.” This was the tweet that President Donald Trump sent after protests erupted in response to the...

Reopening schools: What knowledge can we rely upon?

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By Didier Jourdan, Nicola Gray, Sean Slade & Michael Marmot As the Director General of WHO indicated on March 12, the management of the Covid-19...

Educating after George Floyd: Where do we go from here?

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By Desmond Williams In the wake of George Floyd’s death, America seems to be in social upheaval. A June 7 poll by NBC and the...

Unpacking unconscious bias in grading: readers react

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One of the most-viewed articles in Educational Leadership’s September issue is an interview on anti-racist grading with Cornelius Minor, a lead staff developer with...

Celebrate the “firsts” with students and build monuments with the “nexts”

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Having one member of our community claim a seat at the table offers hope that more will secure a seat as well.

So, you want to hire a DEI officer? Here’s what to know first

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As school leaders think about developing positions devoted to diversity, equity, and inclusion, they must first assess their why.

Home of the brave: Changing the future with a new mascot

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By Gretchen Schulz Before the mascot changed in 2019, the “Braves” represented my high school for nearly a century. During games and assemblies, a student dressed...

For Black educators when school systems aren’t doing enuf

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By Dena Simmons I write these words a week after the Breonna Taylor verdict and two days after the first presidential debate, where I watched President Trump...

What is a teacher’s role in “the new normal”?

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"There is no program that could have prepared any of us to teach in a pandemic."

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