February 23, 2021
Katari Coleman
Black families, especially those in low-income communities, need access to supportive services that provide safe, healthy environments for their school-age children when there are gaps in supervision.
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February 19, 2021
Providing education acknowledges our shared humanity and that none of us is beyond redemption—including society itself.
Eden Badertscher
February 17, 2021
African American culture is a quilt made up of the practices and traditions developed in response to a tortuous beginning.
Pritay Washington
February 11, 2021
We need to put science to work to more deliberately address the specific challenges of children learning at home when disease or violence grips their communities.
Stephen Anzalone
February 9, 2021
For me, African History Month, just like Native History Month, should be celebrated every day.
Sadé Heart of the Hawk Ali
February 3, 2021
While there is still a heightened focus on Black History each February, educators can also work throughout the year to remove structural barriers to a deliver a truly inclusive education.
Deirdre Jennings-Holton
January 27, 2021
2020 gave us a major lesson in flexibility, and we’ll keep adjusting as we learn more and the situation evolves.
Nancy Meaker Chervin
January 26, 2021
Becoming a parent means new experiences, and it can quickly become overwhelming and feel isolating.
Rachael Kenter
January 19, 2021
One specific approach to promote responsible citizenry is to integrate social and emotional learning (SEL) into social studies and civics education curricula.
Shai Fuxman
January 13, 2021
Two key remote learning mediation strategies are to actively involve children in challenging hands-on, off-screen tasks and to give them opportunities to interact with peers or family members.
Deborah Rosenfeld