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In the first piece, we highlighted some key ways that teachers provide for students and how parents can support their efforts without either side feeling overwhelmed. In this post, we will focus on how teachers are coming together and utilizing supports to ensure that they...

Part 1 of a two-part series. An insider’s look from two educators in Lexington, KY.  Let me just say right now that no one is an expert on what we’re experiencing with COVID-19, but teachers are experts in what is best for students when it comes...

Last month, I received a phone call inviting me to a fourth-grade classroom. The teacher asked me to come hear the culmination of a project that entailed immense research, reading, and writing by her students regarding a school garden. When I arrived, each student stood up with a microphone...

The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) projects the current U.S. teacher shortage could reach an astounding 200,000 vacancies by the year 2025. This is up from 100,000 in 2018.  While this number does seem alarming, those in the field of education are not surprised by the projection. There are...