Helping English Learners Find Their Voice

I studied French for eight years in school before I moved to Paris and found out I was still pretty bad at speaking French. Disheartened as I was,...

ICYMI: Natalie Wexler in Forbes.com, “Baltimore’s Schools Chief Says Curriculum is Key to Education Equity”

Friday, Feb. 26, 2021In the Forbes.com article, “Baltimore’s Schools Chief Says Curriculum Is Key to Education Equity,” prominent education...

5 Steps for a Return to Learning

We Hear You: What School Districts Need and Want for a Return to Learning

As school districts make final decisions for how to return to learning...

Improving Equity in Science Education

In this video, you’ll hear from three members of the PhD Science team—Brianna Reilly, curriculum development manager, Isaac Stauffer, professional...

Educational Redlining is a Pernicious Problem; Baltimore is Leading the Way in Addressing It

I grew up in Howard County, Md., and was a byproduct of public schools. My former high school sits 11 miles from where I taught—ConneXions, an...

Using Geodes® to Promote Educational Equity

For Katie Ellis, the Geodes® library is more than an early literacy program. It’s a way to promote equity for students who have historically been...

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