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Episode 139: Your school is struck by a tornado. What next?

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Dr. Ben Burnett served as a school administrator through Hurricane Katrina but he never imagined he would face two more powerful tornadoes later in...

Can schools help overcome the disadvantage of poverty?

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Inequitable from the starting line When illustrating the need for systems of support in our schools', Harvard Graduate School of Education Professor Paul Reville uses...

Episode 13: The Disillusionment Phase – With Roxanna Elden

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Sometime in October or November, thousands of new teachers hit a wall.  They're sleep deprived, they've made a few mistakes, and they start to question whether or not they picked the right career.  It's known as the disillusionment phase.

Nat Geo Writer Offers a New Approach to Teaching Biology

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Only 1% of the things in our body make us human.  Doug Chadwick is a wildlife biologist, author, and frequent National Geographic contributor. During his...

Episode 51: Replacing detention with meditation

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When teachers at Robert W. Coleman Elementary in Baltimore are struggling with a students' behavior, the educators have an alternative to detention. They can...

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