Literacy Instruction: From ‘Best Practices’ to Centering Student Voices

I am thinking about the intersections of literacy instruction and learning that centers the voices of Black students. I know that even as I am […]

How Occupational Equity Programs Are Accelerating Impact During the Pandemic – Youth Media, Online Networks, and P2P Mobilization

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown persistent problems of occupational equity and job security into sharp relief. Pew Research Center’s analysis of Spring 2020 employment data […]

Students can learn about antiracism.

And they’re willing to tell you how. Children begin internalizing racial bias by the time they are two years old. The post Students can learn […]

Achieving Equity in EdTech: It’s a Family Thing

  By Tamara Fyke The sudden shift to distance learning this Spring, due to the coronavirus, highlighted the gap in access to Wi-Fi and devices […]

Free Anti-Racism Program on for Kids

BGL and Weary Arts Group present a free social and emotional learning series that builds on the Sesame Street Town Hall “Coming Together: Standing up […]

Student intervention for anti-racist education

Schools are committed to bringing anti-racism into curricula and systems more than ever before. Even in predominantly white schools there The post Student intervention for […]

COVID-19 Has Widened the ‘Homework Gap’ Into a Full-Fledged Learning Gap

COVID-19 Has Widened the ‘Homework Gap’ Into a Full-Fledged Learning Gap: Meanwhile, because...

“Black boys are losing their lives, but black girls…we’re losing our minds” — Youth Mobilizing Social Media for Healing in the Black Lives Matter Movement

These days, it seems impossible to escape the crushing psychological weight of Black death and dying. Everywhere I turn – my social media accounts, local […]

#vted Reads: Hemingway, with Elijah Hawkes

Listeners: our hearts are breaking. Our hearts are breaking for all of Vermont’s Black students, Black educators, and Black families. The post #vted Reads: Hemingway, […]

Virtual video walkie-talkies? Meet the Marco Polo app

Why the Marco Polo app? With social distancing and remote learning on educators’ minds, there’s never been a more urgent The post Virtual video walkie-talkies? […]

#vted Reads: Stamped, by Jason Reynolds

I’m Jeanie Phillips, and this is Vermont Ed Reads: books by, for and with Vermont educators. Today we’re joined by The post #vted Reads: Stamped, […]

How Schools Can Narrow Equity Gaps During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The guide urges districts to develop plans for addressing the loss of learning that many students, particularly those in vulnerable demographic groups, are experiencing this […]

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