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Mom’s Viral Rant Reeks of Insecurity and Privilege

I am not a fan of the now viral and profanity-laden rant written by Sarah Parcak, a renown archaeologist, Guggenheim fellow and...

Trust Me, Homeschooling and Quarantine Schooling Are Not the Same Thing

These past few weeks, I have been working from home while supervising my children, ages ten and twelve, as they work on...

Providence Teacher Makes Face-Shields and Students See Value of What They’re Learning in Real Time

One reality of life during COVID-19 is the daily emotional roller coaster we ride, driven by sad stories of pain and loss...

LTL Ep. 1: Teaching in the Age of COVID-19 (ft. Jasmine Lane)

https://www.facebook.com/projectforeverfree/videos/546666186230542/ In the wake of the widespread closures of school districts, teachers have had to adjust to the...

Video Interview: Jasmine Lane on Teaching in the Age of COVID-19

I had the distinct honor of speaking with the phenomenal and always thought provoking Jasmine Lane, an English teacher from Minnesota who...

I’ve Gotten a Glimpse Into What Remote Learning Looks Like for Low-Income Students and I Don’t Like What I See

I find it hard to imagine what remote learning looks like for our low-income students. As a person who grew up in...

Schools Giving Students Laptops Is Great, But Let’s Make Sure They Have Internet Access Too

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned 2020 upside down. Many people have called the situation we are facing unprecedented. Although there are many...

It Was Hard Being a Dyslexia Mom Before Coronavirus and Now It’s Even Harder

For me, helping my son go from a bright but illiterate fourth-grader to a high school student who can read and write was an incredible full-time...