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This two-voice reflection piece describes the experiences and insights of two Michigan teachers as they participated in the launch of the Michigan Educator Voice Fellowship, which convened for the first time in Lansing, Michigan, on November 22-23, 2014. Charles Richards, an inaugural America Achieves Michigan...

Tricia Ebner is an intervention specialist, teaching gifted and talented students in English-Language Arts in grades 6-8 in Stark County, Ohio Just a couple of days ago, the Rules & Reference Committee of the Ohio House of Representatives voted a bill out of committee that would...

Melissa Mazur is a curriculum designer, an educational blogger at Common Core & So Much More, and third grade teacher. New Math.  Parents hate it.  They don't get it.  It's not the way they were taught and they can't understand why learning so many strategies and...

Brad Clark is a Kentucky State Fellow for the Hope Street Group, blogger and Virtual Community Organizer for the Center for Teaching Quality, and a fourth and fifth grade Language Arts and Social Studies teacher at Simmons Elementary in Versailles, Kentucky. He tweets at @notbradclark. <span...