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For ten years—the first decade I was in school—all my teachers were white women. As a Mexican American kid, I… Read More »

The initial results of the Institute of Education Sciences’ listening tour on teacher priorities highlight both an urgent need for new studies—in… Read More »

As an educator dedicated to student-centered learning principles and project-based learning, I cringe to my core when I hear a… Read More »

At the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative, we ask a lot of questions. In fact, it’s kind of our thing. We’re… Read More »

We had the chance to sit down with Ellen Wang, a program officer at NMEF and member of our Equity… Read More »

I spent two days at the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative meeting last week. Kudos to the Student at the Center team for integrating equity… Read More »

At 2Revolutions, we have been at work for the past decade helping to support the development of schools and systems… Read More »

This was originally posted on the Center for Collaborative Education on May 4, 2017. Adrian Robbins and Elijah Wright, 10th-graders at… Read More »

When I lived overseas, I remember wishing desperately that people would understand that I was intelligent. I wanted to become… Read More »

Every student deserves access to powerful learning experiences — experiences that help them develop agency, grow their skills and expand their curiosities.… Read More »

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