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Rebecca Wolfe

Asking Big Questions

Driving home from grocery shopping the other day, my seven-year-old released a long, dramatic sigh and proceeded to tell me that, “Sometimes… Read More »

Please take this short survey by October 25th to help us understand the current use of the competencies in the field and recommendations to increase use.

Have you been looking for an educator professional development structure that builds teacher leadership and inquiry capacity, develops robust content… Read More »

Francis is the student body president. She has a 4.3 GPA. She is enrolled in honors and AP classes and… Read More »

How does a predominantly White, middle class, rural high school in Vermont prioritize racial justice and educational equity? Mike McRaith,… Read More »

In the education world, well-intentioned adults often gather to discuss evidence-based instructional techniques they intend to implement to improve student… Read More »

When I was starting out as a youth worker in San Francisco’s Mission District in the 1990s, I saw powerful… Read More »

Eric Toshalis

Researcher Positionality

“What you see depends on where you stand.” “And where you stand is the result of where you’ve been.” Many… Read More »

Leah Q. Peoples, Evan M. Johnston, and Pamela D’Andrea Martínez

Linking Equity to Practice: A User-Friendly Tool to Document How Educators Center Students

Research is a tool that can be used to deepen our understanding about getting to equity. Although researchers are often… Read More »

College pennants hang on the walls of a charter middle school and shout the names of academic institutions far from… Read More »

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