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Protecting Classrooms From Corporate Takeover: What Families Can Learn from Teachers’ Unions Protecting Classrooms From Corporate Takeover: What Families Can Learn from Teachers’ Unions
by Amy B. Dean
Teachers are fighting the privatization wave by connecting with families right where they live.
Winter 2014 College Winner Blaine Stine Winter 2014 College Winner Blaine Stine
Blaine Stine is a student at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, Oklahoma. He responded to the YES! Magazine article, "Heal the Warrior, Heal the Country," by Dr. Edward Tick. Read Blaine's letter that uses the word "silence" to convey a powerful message to the soldier.
Winter 2014 High School Winner Jim Xie Winter 2014 High School Winner Jim Xie
Jim Xie is a student at Pierre Elliot Trudeau High School in Markham, Ontario. He responded to the YES! Magazine article, "Heal the Warrior, Heal the Country," by Dr. Edward Tick. Read Jim's letter highlighting the unimaginable hardships of war and his gratitude towards veterans.
Visual Learning: What Was Saved Visual Learning: What Was Saved
This Visual Learning lesson will inspire talks about preparing for natural disasters and how students can reach out to those in need of relief aid.
Winter 2014 Powerful Voice Winner Audrey Cameron Winter 2014 Powerful Voice Winner Audrey Cameron
Audrey Cameron is a student at The Peace and Justice Academy in Pasadena, California. She responded to the YES! Magazine article, "Heal the Warrior, Heal the Country," by Dr. Edward Tick. Read Audrey's letters that show her unconditional support for her friend.
Pause, Breathe, Draw: Art and Consciousness in the Classroom Pause, Breathe, Draw: Art and Consciousness in the Classroom
As a young girl, Elizabeth Traina had a teacher tell her that she wasn’t an artist. Now she helps empower teachers and students through the belief that we are all artists. This is Elizabeth’s story.
Winter 2014 Literary Gems Winter 2014 Literary Gems
We received many powerful essays for the Winter 2014 Writing Competition. Though not every participant can win the contest, we'd like to share some excerpts that caught our eye.
Winter 2014 Powerful Voice Winner Jay Hagstrom Winter 2014 Powerful Voice Winner Jay Hagstrom
Jay Hagstrom is a student at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire. He responded to the YES! Magazine article, “Heal the Warrior, Heal the Country,” by Dr. Edward Tick. Read Jay’s letter to a fellow veteran about the difficulties of not feeling like a true veteran.
Winter 2014 Powerful Voice Winner Cheyanne Smith Winter 2014 Powerful Voice Winner Cheyanne Smith
Cheyanne Smith is a student at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, Oklahoma. she responded to the YES! Magazine article, "Heal the Warrior, Heal the Soldier," by Dr. Edward Tick. Read Cheyanne's letter that asks a soldier introspective questions about his journey as a soldier and veteran.
Winter 2014 Middle School Winner Karla Gomez Winter 2014 Middle School Winner Karla Gomez
Karla Gomez is a student at ASTEC Middle School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She responded to the YES! Magazine article, "Heal the Warrior, Heal the Country," by Dr. Edward Tick. Read Karla's letter that discusses ethnicity and the sense of belonging to a country.
Curriculum & Resources: Institute for Democratic Education in America Curriculum & Resources: Institute for Democratic Education in America
IDEA is a movement building organization that showcases what powerful learning looks like today—and what it can look like in the future. Its network of teachers, schools and communities, build relationships, share high quality resources, and work together to help shape the future of democratic schools. Featured resources include IDEA’s online library, Learning Report, plus the documentary, A Year at Mission Hill.
Curriculum and Resources: Rethinking Schools Curriculum and Resources: Rethinking Schools
Rethinking Schools' unique lessons plans are written in essay form from the perspective of the teacher. It is a catalyst and leader in education form, with an emphasis on race and social equity. Take a look at these resources to get inspired.
Stephen Colbert: New Standardized Tests Teach Valuable Lessons in Stress and Confusion Stephen Colbert: New Standardized Tests Teach Valuable Lessons in Stress and Confusion
by Molly Rusk
Why did an elementary school math problem go viral? It has to do with a new set of federal education standards known as the Common Core.
The Underground Railroad Was One of America’s First Co-ops: A Black History Tour of Cooperative Economics The Underground Railroad Was One of America’s First Co-ops: A Black History Tour of Cooperative Economics
by Laura Flanders
From slavery to Jim Crow to cities today, African-Americans have been leading the cooperative movement.
Think You Know What a Farmer Looks Like? Think Again. Think You Know What a Farmer Looks Like? Think Again.
by Sena Christian
Preliminary results from the 2012 Census of Agriculture show the increasing role of women in U.S. agriculture—especially on organic and small-scale farms.
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