Fifteen storytellers share their wisdom, passion and experience at an NEA Foundation symposium, “Keeping the Promise of Public Education.”
“Lift Us Up, Don’t Push Out” tells the story of how parents, students, educators and their allies are fighting systemic racism in schools.
By constantly safeguarding children from failure, parents may be taking away opportunities to learn problem-solving, conflict resolution and coping skills.
Students lead the Black Education Matters movement by standing up to racism. “Action is the first step in turning ideas of equality into reality.”
Derek Black, godson to former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke, was being groomed to lead the white nationalist movement. Then he went to college.
With one in five children ages 13-18 living with a mental health condition, more schools are creating comprehensive, systemic programs to address the problem.
Part of a statewide trauma education program, a two-day simulation in Delaware offers educators a glimpse of what it’s like to live below the poverty line.
ELLs are the fastest growing demographic in our public schools, but many educators still aren’t adequately prepared to support this population.