Teaching

Ed Post Conversations: Elisa Stad, Author of "Mama's Love Language"

Ed Post Senior Digital Manager Lisa Hollenbach talks with author Elisa Stad about her children's book "Mama's Love Language." Elisa shares her journey of growing up in a biracial household and...

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Learning

Low cost, big gains: Family phone tutoring targets learning loss

The work of post-pandemic learning recovery will take many years. As researchers Tom Kane and Sean Reardon noted in an opinion piece in The New York Times: “Especially in the hardest-hit communities,...

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Learning

Training Female Mentors in Tanzania with CAMFED

In the U.S. and around the world, young people in the wake of the pandemic are struggling with depression, anxiety, stress and other mental health challenges, and schools are often unable to find...

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EdTech

We Need To Talk About AI in Education

What does the future of AI hold for Black education? Chris, Sharif, and Ismael discuss the the need for educators to undergo robust training and development to effectively utilize AI, underscoring...

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Learning

Peer Pressure, For a Purpose: Cooperative Learning in Brazil

Professor Manoel Andrade Neto anxiously scanned the list of students admitted to Brazil’s Federal University of Ceará. He hoped that one student, Toinho, had been prepared enough to qualify. He...

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Learning

Literacy for All: The story of Sobral

The scorching, arid northeastern state of Ceará, Brazil has long been known for growing cashews and coconuts. Now, it’s defied expectations by cultivating one of the world’s best public elementary...

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Diversity

Afrofuturism: Cultural Grounding, Black Arts, and Technology (Ft. Stokley)

Stokley Williams, best known simply as "Stokley" is a Grammy-nominated, billboard chart-topping artist who keeps his tie to the culture strong, embracing the spirit of "Sankofa" or looking back to...

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