Public education must prioritize effective co teaching models if we truly want to improve outcomes of Black students.
The Real Issue with Public Education is the Battle Over Who Controls Kids
Jovan Manning, a Seven Pillars Career Academy student says, “We don’t just want a seat at the table for show and tell. We want to impact how we learn and what education looks like moving forward just like everyone else.”
My School Understands The Assignment
Parents and scholars of Seven Pillars Career Academy speak on the importance of having educational options in celebration of National School Choice Week.
Many Kids in GA Hate Going to School, But That’s Not My Story!
Harlem Little is an Ivy Preparatory Academy 6th Grader featured in our “Why I Love My School” series.
What Are We Saying To Teachers About Their Value in the Pandemic?
Teachers went from being celebrated in March 2020 as the unsung heroes of essential workers to being the most hated and unsupported by October 2020. During the onset of the pandemic, more citizens, businesses, and families began focusing on self-care. It became more than a fad for working class Americans and people of all ages. But if self-care equals self…
Teachers Can Improve Educational Outcomes, If We Let Them!
Terrence Anfield is a fellow of the America Association of Educators Foundation Advocacy Program. He teaches early education.
The Truth from A Black Male Teacher
We have to reimagine education if we truly want to deal with the issue and idea of learning loss.