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By Jonathan Tam • Sep 09, 2020

It has been a summer like no other that has redefined our definitions of rest, relaxation, and restoration. It has tested our limitations and inspired new forms of creativity in […]

LA schools powered to go the distance for learning

By Rebekah Kang & Jonathan Tam • Jul 15, 2020

On July 13, LAUSD announced students will be distance learning when school resumes next month. Last month, a group of Los Angeles teacher-powered educators and leaders gathered for a virtual […]

Rethinking Power in Education

By Amy Junge • Jan 21, 2020

“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” —Alice Walker You have power. Power as a teacher, power as a team of […]

Teacher-Powered Practices, 25 Years Later…

By Ronald J. Newell • Nov 20, 2019

The beginning of the teacher-powered movement in Minnesota came with the passing of the nation’s first charter law in 1991. With teachers taking on the roles of founders, board members, […]

Doing the Work Together

By Danny Flannery • Sep 26, 2019

Mission Hill School, a Boston Public Pilot School, is entering an exciting new chapter as a Teacher-Powered School. After thirteen years with Ayla Gavins as principal, the school community has […]