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Creating Moments Our Students Will Remember

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By Allison Riddle After the birth of my second child, I took my beautiful six-week old daughter in for her first check up. I knew what to expect, but I […]

Beyond the Noise in Teacher Leadership Conversations

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By Michael Lindblad Teacher Leadership has become an educational buzz word being used extensively in district, state and national conversations. While we give the term a great deal of lip […]

Where Do We Go from Here? A State Teacher of the Year reflects on his run for the Oklahoma State Senate.

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By Shawn Sheehan We gave it a good run, friends. #SheehanforOK That was my concession Tweet after I lost a bid for Oklahoma State Senate. At school this morning, a former […]

The Teacher Prep Regulations – A Short Primer for Educators

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By Maddie Fennell To be a profession, we need expertise. Building that expertise should begin with strong college preparation and then continue throughout a career. But as educators we know […]

A Rural Teacher Gets a Glimpse into Urban School Discipline

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By Jaclyn Roller Ryan One of the benefits of being part of NNSTOY is that State Teachers of the Year and Finalists sometimes get to share our expertise with policymakers […]

Teaching Children of Color: Love vs. ‘Tough Love’

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By Justin Minkel (As first appeared in Education Week Teacher’s First Person on November 1, 2016. Reprinted with permission from the author.) I have a friend who is an amazing […]



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