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Tch Laureate Josh Parker shares his thoughts on how to coach for equity.
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Watch as Tch Laureate Kristin Gray discusses instruction — in real-time — with her colleagues.
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Check out these tips and try new ways of encouraging students to work together this week!
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On Monday, we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. One of King’s most important lessons was his tireless example of true servant leadership. Servant leaders offer an inclusive vision, intently and actively listen to others, persuade through reason and logic, and work to heal divisions while striving to build relationships and community. They’re the problem solvers and the advice seekers, and they elevate, empower, and inspire others to achieve and grow.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a leader, but he was also a teacher. In a time when the world needs servant leaders more than ever, no one embodies this lesson and legacy more completely than you — a teacher. His life and your work today show the extraordinary power of servant leadership to radically transform a school and a nation.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is January 15th. We’ve gathered links to organizations dedicated to service learning to help you incorporate this celebration into your classroom.

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Trust is the foundation of a beautiful relationship between teachers and instructional coaches. Discover the three essential trust anchors that will lead you to meaningful discourse.

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