Trinity Alicia

Trinity Alicia is an editorial intern at EdPost based in Boston. Having studied journalism, film and Spanish at San Diego State University, Alicia has versatile experience in print, public relations and multimedia that she brings to the EdPost team. In her free time, she enjoys live music and bicoastal traveling.

Posts By Trinity Alicia

Educating Girls to Be the Best Versions of Themselves

Ensuring that girls feel safe while learning is a large part of receiving quality education. In addition, girls and young women, like all students, deserve ample opportunities to acquire the...

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Black History Must Include African Math History

My first year in a public school, as a sixth-grader, was a learning curve. My previous experiences with private schooling and homeschooling did not prepare me for what public schooling entailed. All...

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What’s the Big Deal about ChatGPT in Schools?

Technology continues to assert itself in the classroom. OpenAI’s late 2022 release of ChatGPT — the new, AI-powered chatbot that generates stunningly cogent and lifelike writing by using text to...

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Don’t Use Khan Academy Alone

I was eight years old when Sal Khan founded Khan Academy, a nonprofit, online platform that provides a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. In grade school, I used Khan Academy for extra...

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Abbott, We Back

School’s back in session and so is Abbott Elementary. The 2021 Emmy award-winning breakout mockumentary returned to ABC for its second season on Wednesday coming off of summer break, ready to start...

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Thanks to a Great Teacher, This Young Valedictorian Found His Math Identity. Now He's Paying It Forward.

Reginald "Reggie" King graduated from Lindblom College Preparatory in May, with a passion for math education and a plan to invest in the future of academic success. Attending Xavier University in...

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