Vol 4 Issue 2 – Educator Perspective

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Educator perspective By | Kenzie Kesselring   Right2Learn’s (R2L) initiative asks educators, parents, and advocates to pause and imagine how schools in Colorado could be if the right to an education rooted in human dignity and self-actualization was guaranteed in the Colorado Constitution. While there are already Read more…

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Vol 4 Issue 1 – Educator Perspective

Teacher Retention Educator perspective By |Torrence Brown-Smith Undervaluing Teachers Always Harms Students As I read the articles Teacher Retention: Is it worth it? and Teacher Retention: Invisible Caseloads & Dangerous Colleagues, I kept revisiting the same thought: when, if ever, has teaching ever been viable for historically marginalized peoples? As Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 3 – Educator Perspective

School Data Educator perspective By |  Miguel Ortega Data, for all the times it has been used to construct an ‘objective’ portrayal of reality, is complex and prone to many subjective factors.  The difficulty of accurately representing the student experience in a school is a well-documented struggle.  Another key dimension Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 2 – Educator Perspective

Student Safety Educator perspective By | Erin Pier Safety My role as an educator is an unusual one. As the Director of Advocacy at AUL Denver (a DPS charter school, former Academy of Urban Learning), my primary responsibility is to provide court and probation support for students facing charges. At AUL, Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Educator Perspective

Working Together To Make Change Educator perspective By | Michael Atkins As I reflect on how COVID-19 has shaken the education system to its core, I stand reminded that being an educator and educational advocate is about service to students, families, and communities. In serving students, educators have to provide Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 2 -Educator Perspective

Learning about “American” ideologies, values, and identities in public schools Educator perspective By | Yuri Kim                 The brilliant Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie reveals “The Danger of a Single Story” in her TED Talk of that name (2009). Adichie argues about how Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 1-Educator Perspective

Setting new priorities for public education Educator Perspective By |  Shakira D. Abney-Wisdom   During 2020, we were faced with the reality of two pandemics: COVID-19 and systemic racism.  Both have more severe impacts on historically and persistently marginalized groups, namely people of color, independent of level of education or Read more…

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Photo By Bryant Jefferson: I chose to take this picture because no matter who you are or where you live, COVID-19 has greatly impacted everyone’s way of life and how they interact with others.

Vol 1 Issue 3-Educator Perspective

Adjusting to new social and educational realitiesEducator PerspectiveBy | Yuzo Nieto In response to the intriguing set of ideas presented in this article, my humble perspective as an educator, educational leader, graduate student and parent of two elementary-aged children is to agree with much of what has been discussed here. Read more…

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Vol 1 Issue 2-Educator Perspective

Examining the politics of public education: ValuesEducator PerspectiveBy | Nicci Guagliardo, MBA, PhD Parents and community members feel justifiably frustrated with the gap in purported values and actionable practices in the public school system. One community member stated, “the district is making decisions, but they don’t really know the community.” Read more…

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