Fruits of a teacher’s work

Mar. 13—Life as a lawyer and perhaps a politician awaited Arthur Feinsod. After taking a theater course at Harvard University, he was asked to teach in a summer acting and poetry program for inmates at the maximum-security state prison in nearby Walpole, Mass. Feinsod agreed, thinking the experience would bolster […]

Make The Grade Amazing Teachers Nominations

Dana Stavaggi, Akron Public Schools, North High School,  science teacher  Dana is dedicated to the teaching profession who wants to make sure that all students meet their full potential.  She collaborates with her colleagues to support all teaching staff. She makes North better for students and teachers through her love of teaching, leadership, […]

Teachers’ mental health suffering during pandemic

CLOSE This story was published in partnership with The 19th, a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom reporting on gender, politics and policy. Carly Evans never missed her weekly appointment with her therapist. She called it her “maintenance” — it kept everything in her life running smoothly. That changed in September, when Evans, […]

Focusing on economic diversity, Array offers free online coding classes for Wyoming teachers, students | In Our Schools

CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s first-ever computer coding school is now offering free introductory classes to students and educators living in the state. The course, which teaches the basics of the widely used programming language JavaScript, is self-paced and taught entirely online. For those who don’t qualify for the education discount, the […]