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Three New Roles of the Post-Pandemic Teacher

By Robert Fung | Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment at Health Leadership High School
As we conclude a full year of educating students during a pandemic—what can teaching look like going forward? Not one, but three, roles have emerged for teachers.

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Where Did the Teachers of Color Go?

By Kim Lanoy-Sandoval, LEAP Program Administrator
Nationally we are asking, “Where did all the teachers go?” For over a decade we have seen a decline in candidates entering the teaching profession. More so, we have seen a decline in teachers of color.

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Job Prospects for “Generation Limbo”

By Julia Freeland Fisher | Director of Education at Clayton Christensen Institute
The next generation is in a catch-22: young people can’t gain the work experience employers demand if they can’t access work experiences in the first place. Here’s how to fix it.

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How Does Racism Generate Inequities?

How Does Racism Generate Inequities?With Kau’i Sang | Director of the Office of Hawaiian Education  & Puni Jackson | Program Director at Ho’oulu ‘ĀinaHow has it been to be involved with The Reciprocity Project? Puni:  It felt a little bit like coming home. I’ve enjoyed meeting leaders who are thinking about really long-term outcomes and community-based and land-based solutions. The …

How Do We Solve for Racism?

How Do We Solve for Racism?With Charles McDonald | Founder and Executive Director of Community Engagement PartnersWhy did you participate in the Reciprocity Project? The project is a true example of reciprocity being carried out. This collaboration is modeling the ethos of the project and that’s pretty cool. working together for mutual benefit—that’s pretty cool, and quite rare. How do …

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Why Is Our Education System Stuck in the Industrial Age?

Why Is Our Education System Stuck in the Industrial Age?With Roberto Gonzalez | Executive Director STEAM Box Rhode IslandWhere did STEAM Box Rhode Island come from?  It’s meant to cover a deficit. Our particular youth are from the urban core of Rhode Island where there are many gaps in services, particularly for girls in sciences, there was a huge gap.  …