Confronting Savage Inequalities with Joy

Confronting Savage Inequalities with Joy

Confronting Savage Inequalities with Joy

May 18, 2016 (Photo credit: Brittney Oswald/Center for Inspired Teaching) This piece – written by Aleta Margolis, Inspired Teaching’s Founder and Executive Director – appeared in Inspired Teaching’s May 2016 newsletter.  At this year’s special...
Being the Change, thanks to Center for Inspired Teaching

Being the Change, thanks to Center for Inspired Teaching

 May 18, 2016 (Photo credit: Center for Inspired Teaching) This piece was written by Jennifer Brown, an 11th/12th grade social studies teacher at Roosevelt STAY High School (DCPS) and a 2014 Teacher Leader in Inspired Teaching’s BLISS: Building Literacy in the Social...
Research, planning, and changemaking

Research, planning, and changemaking

May 18, 2016 (Photo credit: Alexandra Morris) This piece was written by Alexandra Morris, an early childhood teacher at Capital City Public Charter School and a 2015 Inspired Teaching Fellow. Last month, I was able to participate in a Social Justice Research Forum...
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