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On Tuesday, May 24, there was a horrifi

Why mentors need not be older than you, and how to find the people who will sustain you personally and professionally.

I wasn’t the dumb kid, I was the dyslexic kid. The way they were teaching me wasn’t the way I learned. Reaching these kids and saving them the heartache is what motivates my work.

Our conversation with Kaya Henderson packs a punch, and not in the way you might assume if you know much about this former Chancellor of D.C. Public Schools.

For LEE member Cymone Card, community organizing may be work that’s often overlooked, but she does it because of the powerful impact organizing can have.

Tai Dixon

Tai Dixon of the Children’s Defense on her favorite failures, her strategies for work-free weekends, and why she cautions against listening to too much advice from others — zing!

Common Core & Commonsense Can Coincide in NYS

The troubled rollout of the Common Core effort in New York represents a setback in the advance of education reform in the Empire State.