Racial Segregation in Education… Unfortunately, though six decades have passed since Brown v. Board of Education, school segregation is getting worse… and it hurts us all. One of the chief drivers of educational inequality — and as a result, societal […]
From the Great Wall of China to pandas and other attractions… This mother explored all around Beijing while seeing her son compete in the Paralympics. The Bird’s Next Stadium in Beijing, China. Teaching Traveling: Welcome, Lesley! Tell us about your […]
Everyday language can hurt. These drawings show how words can offend, even when not meant to. In our increasingly interconnected world, ultimately every teacher — and person — needs skills to bring understanding and respectful norms to diverse groups. […]
Wondering about mental and emotional health, education, and resources in different countries? Meet Nancy Bartosz, a woman who is on a leave of absence from teaching in America to travel and explore mental health awareness around the world. Nancy with […]
Inspiring interview about moving to Eastern Europe and becoming a travel blogger after years of being a Special Education teacher in New York City!
Jacqueline relaxing at Hotel Moxy in Frankfurt, Germany. Teaching Traveling: Looking for vacation ideas? When learning-lovers such as teachers travel, taking a road trip can work particularly well for getting into global education like a local in a new place! […]