This school year started off on a not-so-good note for me. My dad’s favorite uncle died and my siblings and I had to accompany our father to Jamaica, West Indies for the funeral. This caused me to miss the first three days of back-to-school. You see, just as we adults have troubling things going on… Continue reading Are Our Social-Emotional Needs Being Met? No! NY Students Are Hurting And So Are Their Teachers.
This is a guest post by Fredrick Scott Salyers, an educator, writer, and photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Salyers has spent his career dedicated to the academic, personal, and social development of young black men. His educational career spans various fields, including k-12 and higher education. There’s always a sharp change around August, and… Continue reading I’ve Got 10 Tips for the Teachers Yearning to Avoid Burnout