First Person

Sheer Luck Shouldn’t Be the Only Thing Stopping Our Students From Dying

In the wake of another school shooting, teacher Ashley Lauren Samsa reflects on what it feels like to go on lockdown with her students. (May 23, 2018)

Have Your Feelings for Black and Latino Students Lowered Your Expectations for Them?

Whether it is discomfort or ignorance or a combination of both, many teachers don’t demand enough of their students of color, writes educator Jamilah Pitts. (May 23, 2018)

Early-Grades Science: The First Key STEM Opportunity

Early exposure is crucial, but finding teachers with strong preparation remains challenging
Read the Report: STEM Education (May 22, 2018)

Students Are 'Our Children.' Let's Give Them the Support They Deserve

(May 17, 2018)

Randi Weingarten on Janus: ‘It Will Be a Bumpy Ride’ for Unions

(May 22, 2018)


Specific change management strategies can have a significant effect on the scaling and spread of an innovation. (05/17 08:08 am)

Teaching Channel Spotlight

Counting Collections With Preschoolers: An Early-Learning Math Strategy (Video)

See how one preschool teacher helps her students learn to count collections of objects. Watch the video.

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