Our friends at Classroom Champions, author Darri Stephens and Champions cofounder (Olympic Gold Medalist) Steve Mesler share wonderful way to leverage SEL and mentorship to improve learning and help students build confidence.
Learn about Nickelodeon’s digital learning service, Noggin, from VP Kristen Kane.
Marisol is amazing; so very involved in many associations and groups working toward equity, particularly for Latino students. Her new book “Beyond the Surface of Restorative Practices; Building a Culture of Equity, Connection and Healing” is out now.
Joining NSPRA Executive Director Barbara Hunter is the Superintendent of Frederick County (VA) Public Schools, Dr. Dave Sovine.
Aleasha Stevens, VP of Education Services at Boxlight, used edtech in her teaching for many years and has a great perspective on its uses in today’s classroom. Listen here.
Dr. Joan Wade, Executive Director of AESA, and Mr. Bob Darby of Mindshine discuss new apps that are improving communication with parents, staff, faculty and students during this age of widespread online learning.
Dr. Kojo Quartey, a true believer in equity, diversity and inclusion who learned from his own experiences, is now president of Monroe County Community College in Michigan. Listen to his story here.
AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO EQUITY FROM TEACH FX Meet Jamie Poskin, Founder and Executive Director of Teach FX. You’ll be as amazed as we are at what he has created for education. It’s all about ‘equity of voice.’
Eddie Manuszak is Superintendent of Dundee Community Schools in Michigan. A former kindergarten teacher, he works tirelessly for equity in early learning and across the board. He’s also a great networker who has gathered together a powerhouse group that includes
Listen to Meriden, Connecticut educator Hector Cardona, a man who’s known and loved for building relationships with students and who is one of our first Champions of Equity. Be sure to see our feature in the November 2020 issue of