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Research shows that mentors are particularly impactful in opening traditionally closed professional doors for young people with disabilities, youth of color, and youth identifying as female, particularly in STEM fields.
Decomposition happens everywhere there is life—in our bodies (digestion), in our soil (the living rhizosphere), in our food (meat that smells funky or bread that’s gone green), and in our systems.
Here are five AVID strategies that can help you ensure a successful start to the school year for students and educators on your campus.
Inequitable global partnerships in the classroom lead to adults who think in inequitable terms about their relationship with the world. How might we change the root problem?
The planet’s most pressing issues will likely need to be solved by our youngest generation, and preparation for that problem solving can start now in classrooms using design thinking.
This article explores the prevalence of top-down legislation and accountability systems in education today, and the ways they are negatively impacting PreK-12 educators in the United States.