Teaching+T: Pandemic Resilience

The fallout from the global pandemic has been especially challenging for our children. Many spent over a year attending school remotely, which can be an isolating, frustrating, and traumatizing experience. Thankfully, teachers and school leaders worked hard to find creative ways to connect with their students and provide support. Our feature story highlights one creative solution: Art Therapy.  --Daniela

Art as Resilience

Kids who got art therapy during the pandemic say it helped. Read Full Story »

Power of a 'Momma Bear' Instinct

When a student opened fire at an Idaho middle school, teacher Krista Gneiting calmly disarmed the sixth-grade shooter, hugging and consoling the girl until police arrived. Read Full Story »

School for their Daughters

In the remote desert of northwestern India, local stoneworkers and furniture makers—many of them dads—built a new school for girls in a region where female literacy is just 36%. Read Full Story »

'Be The Change' Idea

Looking back over the past year, reflect on the positive that came from the challenges you faced. How has teaching/leading a school during a pandemic changed you and how will you use what you learned going forward?