Lessons from crisis: trauma-responsive teaching tools for the work ahead

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By Arlène E. Casimir  Ancient wisdom traditions in various indigenous cultures teach us that every healing journey begins with a crisis. I learned this fundamental truth...

If we aren’t addressing racism, we aren’t addressing trauma

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By Dena Simmons During my school years, I learned about white scholars, white inventors, white ideas, and white theories. I did not read a book about...

Core-content teachers: You can provide good distance learning for English learners

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By Margarita Calderón and Lisa Tartaglia With schools moving to distance learning, teachers, students, parents, and administrators have had to step up to...

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...

Equity literacy and virtual learning during Covid-19

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By Marceline DuBose and Paul Gorski, Equity Literacy Institute As advocates for educational equity who work with schools across the country, we are blown way...

A dissent on pass/fail grading in remote learning

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By Douglas Reeves Many schools in the United States and around the world are dealing with the unprecedented challenges of online learning. As a recent...

Seeking equity in school leadership

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By Gregory C. Hutchings Jr. In today’s increasingly diverse world, we don't expect educators of color to have a different experience from their counterparts....

Digging deeper into school racial conversations

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By Matthew Kay As the author of a book about classroom conversations on race, I've had many surreal experiences and interactions. None have given me...

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