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Teachers and students produce their best work in December. Yes, everyone is stressed, students are antsy, and daylight is dwindling. It makes sense that articles about teacher exhaustion are rampant on our social media feeds this time of year. But this month is also the...

The average adult in the United States reads a few thousand words every day—encompassing everything from street signs to text messages to news headlines. But those thousands of words amount to nothing without comprehension and critical reading skills, which enable us make sense of the...

Whether it’s through assessment practices that ensure your students are on track, or creative lessons to make sure they have 21st century skills, as educators, we know you’re always thinking about prepping your students for the world that awaits them after graduation. Check out the two pieces...

The classroom isn’t the only place where teachers make an impact. The articles I’m sharing today illustrate all the hard work many teachers are doing outside of the classroom to ensure all their students have a chance at achieving success. Get in the Thanksgiving spirit: share...

I started teaching English 2 while I was a student teacher and have continued all five years of my career. It’s my favorite course to teach – in part because I have the opportunity to expose my students to challenging texts both about current events...

Now, more than ever, teachers have the flexibility to let their creativity shine in their classroom. And some are even taking it a step further by using their voice to inspire change throughout their community, district, and even state. Below are three pieces that highlight the power...