Stories

Independence Has Always Been a Day Late and a Dollar Short for Black People, But Schools Can Change That

Ed Note: This post was originally published in 2023. What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July? Frederick Douglass On June 19, 1865, two years after Lincoln signed the Emancipation...

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Juneteenth Serves As a Reminder That Anti-Blackness Is Still Alive in Our Schools

Ed Note: This post was originally published in 2021. As a Black man, I want to start by saying that it’s refreshing to see that Juneteenth is now a federal holiday! For my people, Juneteenth...

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Math

Empowering Students: Math and Coding to Beat the Summer Learning Slide

Summer is a critical time for students, especially Black students, who are disproportionately affected by the much talked about summer learning slide. There's some uncertainty about how serious a...

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EdTech

Bans or Boundaries? The Ongoing Battle Over Cell Phone Use in Schools

During my senior year of high school, I learned I was accepted into Purdue University as an education major, and my family began helping me prepare to move away from home. This resulted in an...

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STEM

A Teacher’s Guide to AI: Demystifying Tech for the Classroom

Many teachers feel exhausted at the end of the academic year, emotionally and physically. There is so much for a teacher to do that has nothing to do with teaching. This is why it's worth trying to...

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Math

Were You Ever Told You Are Not a Math Person?

Were you ever told you are not a “math person” growing up? That’s what the Ed Post team wanted to know this week. So we asked our readers. Question of the Week is back and we're starting off with a...

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