Where do Theory of Change and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy meet? There are many intersections of these two concepts that we often visit, but one of the most important is staying informed on the educational landscape and policy that impact both. What we can do in and out of the classroom is directly impacted by the decisions made by our funders and supporters, namely the Department of Education.
Below you will find the link to watch our Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos answer questions before a Committee on the most recent budget proposal from the current administration, including a cut to Americorps. Stay informed!
We often dig into developing relationships with students as the foundation for enacting culturally responsive practices, but navigating the professional relationships with your colleagues across lines of difference is equally important.
In this episode, 2010 TFA Jacksonville alumnus and Assistant Principal @ YMWLA Chelsea Matthews gets real with us about the professional relationships she has developed throughout her career and her pathway to success. Check out her top three tips for bringing your A game to the classroom and building professional relationships in the workplace.