Mentoring and coaching teachers in India

By Samina Hadi-Tabassum Earlier this summer my graduate students and I mentored and coached first-year teachers in India. All of my students finished their first year of teaching through an urban alternative certification program at my university and traveled with me to India as a part of their culminating coursework. Since English is the lingua …
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Feeding kids and expanding opportunity

By Anindya Kundu It seems like Baltimore realizes that factors outside of classroom walls can affect the learning of children. This month Baltimore, Md. became among the first districts in the country to adopt a universal free meals program, offering all students breakfast and lunch everyday. While the rest of the country continues to talk …
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