Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

Discovering Forgotten Black Stories: Anger, Pride, And Determination

I was rushing to catch a plane last year when a piece of Black history stopped me in my tracks at an airport bookstore: a book titled American Sirens: The Incredible Story of the Black Men who Became...

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Social Emotional Learning

Can Black Students Get the Same Emotional Freedom as Travis Kelce?

Listen y’all, I’ve seen the Travis Kelce emotional outburst scenario play one too many times in the different schools I’ve worked in over the past 17 years. To pretend as if this doesn’t happen in...

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Literacy

Must-Read Books: A Love Letter to Black Authors

Have you watched the devastatingly funny movie American Fiction with its remarkable cringe/laugh ratio? Honestly, even if you haven’t, you intuitively know everything said about the “establishment”...

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Math

Erased from the Equation: Black Mathematicians in the South

In the annals of mathematical history, there lies a largely untold narrative: the contributions of Black mathematicians in the southern United States. History matters in math, and this editorial...

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EdTech

Is AI Cheating? Using Keystrokes to Catch Plagiarists

ChatGPT has released a tsunami of plagiarism issues in classrooms around the country. What if the answer to these issues was something very basic – the way that students actually write using...

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Math

Cultural Erasure: Is Math Teaching Whitewashing Black Genius?

In the vast, intricate quilt of mathematical history, the contributions of Black minds are hidden from sight when, instead, they should be some of its most vibrant threads. And when we sideline the...

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