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Stories from Teaching for Change Partner Schools 2018-2019

Imelda Marroquin: After 10+ Years, Fifth Grade Parent Honors School Principal Parents Give Visibility to Autism and Bilingualism as Roving Readers Questions Big and Small: A Parent Leader’s Journey How Parent Read Alouds in the Classroom Benefit Parents as Well as Students Parents Lead Multicultural, Anti-Bias Read Alouds as Roving Readers Imelda Marroquin: After 10+ …

New Website: Story of the Virginia Interscholastic Association (VIA)

 We are proud to announce the launch of the Story of the Virginia Interscholastic Association (VIA) website. From 1954-1970, the VIA provided athletic, art, academic, and leadership opportunities for African-American high school students in Virginia. The story of the VIA is the inspiring story of African-American parents, educators, and schools working together to provide …

Thank You Nqobile Mthethwa

In the fall of 2017, Nqobile Mthethwa joined the Teaching for Change staff as a fellow with a focus on the Zinn Education Project. Having just graduated from the University of Virginia, the fellowship was designed to allow Nqobile time to explore work with a social justice organization that aligned with many of her own …

National Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action February 4-8

Next week is the National Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action! This campaign promotes a set of national demands based on the Black Lives Matter guiding principles that focus on improving the school experience for students of color. Educators across the country will engage students in lessons about structural racism, intersectional Black identities, Black history, and anti-racist movements. …

Teaching for Change Featured in Sir Ken Robinson’s New Book on Family Engagement

Sir Ken Robinson is the internationally acclaimed educator and author who caught the attention of many with a viral video that illustrated his 2014 TED Talk, “Changing Education Paradigms.” Robinson has continued to write and speak about the challenges and opportunities in education since then, and in 2018 published a new book that focuses on …

Taking the Stage at NMAAHC to Discuss Representation in Children’s Literature

On December 15, 2018, Teaching for Change joined an important dialogue about representation in children’s literature on-stage at the Oprah Winfrey Theater in the National Museum for African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). The museum’s Early Childhood Education Initiative collaborated with the events department to celebrate the re-release of James Baldwin’s only children’s book Little …