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What happens to students when they engage in Project-Based Learning?

What happens to students when they engage in Project-Based Learning? Yes, we know that Project-Based Learning enables students to demonstrate their fundamental skills (i.e.,...


Black History Month Spotlight: Kelly Miller

Kelly Miller: mathematician, intellectual, and political activist. Miller was born on July 18, 1863, in Winnsboro, South Carolina to Kelly and Elizabeth Miller. Like many African Americans who...


Black History Month Spotlight: Elizabeth Jennings Graham

Elizabeth Jennings Graham (March 1827 – June 5, 1901) was an African-American teacher and civil rights activist, who challenged segregation on public transportation, a...


Black History Month Spotlight: Carter G. Woodson

Dr. Carter Godwin Woodson, born December 19, 1875 in Virginia, was a distinguished Black historian, author, editor, publisher, and founder of the Association for...


Thank you to all of our GivingTuesday donors!

Educators of America would like to take a moment to recognize all of the donors who contributed to our GivingTuesday Fundraiser. With your generosity...


Educators of America Is Awarded Public Diplomacy Small Grant from U.S. Embassy In Windhoek

We are very excited to announce that we have been awarded a Public Diplomacy Small Grant from the US Department of State! The award...


Summer’s Here! Ideas for At-Home Project-Based Learning Activities

Summer has arrived. It feels like a breath of fresh air for teachers, parents, and students. The COVID-19 pandemic has flipped teaching and learning...


Photographs & Videos From The Connected Series

The following media were captured during 2019 across Western New York and the Sub-Saharan African nation of Namibia. The Connected Series is a sequence...


Connected: A Photo Series from the Building Cultural Bridges Program

“When we take the time to learn from one another, to stand in one another’s shoes, and to actively listen, really listen – real...


Formative vs Summative Assessment in the Classroom: A Guide – Guest Blog Post!

Summary: As an NQT, I remember my student days and my probation days fondly. I also remember how important the support and knowledge of...