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Hey, New Teacher, It’s Okay to Cry in Your Car, by Meg Anderson

How Teachers Can Avoid the October Blues, with Celeste Headlee

Hey, New Teacher, Don’t Quit. It Will Get Better, by Cory Turner

On the 60th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, Does It Matter If Schools Are Racially Integrated? With Michele Martin, Pedro Noguera, and Dr. Ivy Toldson

The Washington Post

Review: Adequate Yearly Progress is a different kind of novel about teachers at work – written by a veteran educator, by Valerie Strauss

5-Part Series: The Stories We Tell about Teaching

4-Part Series: Teacher Advice for Parents Reluctantly Homeschooling During the Pandemic


Secretary Duncan, Here’s How Schools Really Work, by Natalie Wexler

The Atlantic

The Case Against Books by Teachers About Poor, Urban Schools, by Melinda Anderson

The New York Times

Why Teachers on TV Have to be Incompetent or Inspiring, by Motoko Rich

Harvard: Education Next Journal

A Novel Take on K-12 Schooling, by Rick Hess


Quiz: Should You Quit Teaching or Do You Just Need a Nap?


15 Books That Will Make You a Better Teacher, by Antwaun Sargent

Scholastic: This Week In Education

The “Anti-Hollywood
Teacher’s Book,
and See Me After Class – Again! with Alexander Russo

Great Schools

Myth of the Super-Teacher Speech Writeup, by Jessica Kelmon

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards

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The NaNoWriMo Blog

3 Lessons a Writing Educator Learned from NaNoWriMo

Writer’s Digest

A Teacher’s Guide to Your New Year’s Writing Goals

The Hechinger Report

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Teach For America

17 Books for Teachers’ Summer Reading Lists

Education Week

Regular contributor to Education Week’s Classroom Q&A

Teaching Now: Why Is Classroom Management Such a Problem for New Teachers? By Ross Brenneman

Policy Notebook: 16 Young People Likely to Transform Education in the Next 10 Years, By Sara Mead

Interview with Roxanna Elden, by Larry Ferlazzo

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