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8 articles found by Christine Schneider

MA Parents are Advocating for Children En Masse
Christine Schneider | November 06, 2017

Massachusetts Parents United is the largest urban advocacy organization in the Bay State and growing | Read More

A Teacher’s Task: Helping Students Become Who They Want to Be
Christine Schneider | September 11, 2017

With schools back in session across the country, we asked teachers to reflect on the most important aspects of their jobs | Read More

Why I Became A Teacher
Christine Schneider | September 07, 2017

For educators, a career in the classroom provides the best way to create opportunity for kids | Read More

Ringing in a New School Year with High Expectations
Christine Schneider | September 06, 2017

On the first day back at school, teachers – like students – feel sense of expectation and opportunity | Read More

In New Orleans, Closing the Service Gap for Troubled Students
Christine Schneider | June 27, 2017

Therapeutic program aids children with mental health and behavioral challenges | Read More

How Are Schools Funded and Why Does It Matter?
Christine Schneider | June 19, 2017

A Q&A with Dr. Marguerite Roza about public education finance | Read More

4.0 Schools “Tiny Fellows” Ready to Make an Outsized Impact on Education
Christine Schneider | June 01, 2017

Two teachers from New Orleans and Oakland share how they became innovative entrepreneurs | Read More

Summer Teaching Fellowships Help Close Growing ‘Diversity Gap’
Christine Schneider | May 10, 2017

Nationwide need for more teachers of color drives work at Generation Teach | Read More