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A poem—and the history behind it—about being invisible, yet stereotyped, as an African American student bused to a predominantly white school.
An African American middle school teacher calls on white teachers to think before they routinely send black children to black teachers when there is a problem.
Una maestra afroamericana de secundaria les pide a los maestros blancos que piensen antes de mandarles los niños negros a los maestros negros cada vez que tengan un problema con ellos.
A white high school teacher prepares her students to read August Wilson’s Fences by leading an exploration of the n-word.
Rocketship Education, a rapidly expanding charter school chain, shows what happens when the rich control our schools.
A kindergarten teacher tries to change the power imbalance between Spanish- and English-speaking parents in her classroom and school.
Una maestra de kínder intenta cambiar el balance de poder entre los padres hispanohablantes y angloparlantes en su salón y su escuela.
A high school teacher describes the problematic impact of the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps at her school.
What it is and is not