Integrating the Smartphone

[Disclaimer – This post may be specific to teachers teaching upper-elementary to high school students] Most schools have policies that are against students smartphone use in the classroom. Some schools have policies against smartphone use during the entire school day. However, smartphone use is not just to call […]

When The Breakdown Happens

As a teacher you encounter a number of students throughout your career. Some students enter and depart from memory, while others leave an impression that is lasting for a lifetime. You run into some students who exhibit great coping skills when they are faced with adversity. Then there […]

How To Handle A Fight

Police officers do not belong in schools. However, you may teach at a school where there is probably a school resource officer on the premise. Depending on the population of your school, you may have multiple on the campus. School resource officers are police officers who are assigned […]

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A blog on race, equity, and urban education

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"To sting people and whip them into a fury, all in the service of truth."

Ernest Cleo Grant, II

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