Learning on the EDge

A teacher changed my life — now I want to do that for others

By Khulia Pringle I’m student teaching now, which means my days are about learning to walk as a teacher, while also thinking about my practice, craft, and studies. It’s natural for me to think about role models — those teachers who really made a difference in my life. That’s easy. Jan Mandell was the one teacher …
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Age of anxiety

As educators, policy makers, and philanthropic leaders recommit themselves to equity and excellent in education in the coming era of the Every Student Succeeds Act, they should do so with their eyes wide open. Despite the clear horizon, there is still plenty of fear and uncertainty in this age of anxiety.
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Make sure states succeed too !

Follow the data to frame new questions