Category Archives: Wisdom

The Confederacy: You have a choice

Reblogged from Jim Golden, an AP US History teacher: If you are confused as to why so many Americans are defending the confederate flag, monuments, and statues right now, I put together a quick Q&A, with questions from a hypothetical person with misconceptions and answers from my perspective as an AP U.S. History Teacher: Q: What did the Confederacy stand

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Growing the Education Profession by Telling the Right Story

Julian Vasquez Heilig (AB ’97, AM ’99) reflects on his journey, inspired by SOE faculty, from U-M undergraduate to Dean of the University of Kentucky College of Education. See the original story on the University of Michigan website here. Julian Vasquez Heilig was not quite sure what career prospects a master’s degree in higher education would afford him, but he

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Billions are headed to your state and local schools

Billions are about to flow from the Biden administration’s American Rescue Plan to state education agencies and local school districts. Huge increases to Title I are also on the horizon. NOW is the time to be vigilant. Please be sure that communities of color and historically marginalized students in your community benefit. NOW is the time to act.  Please Facebook Like, Tweet, etc

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