Decades of dedication to educating students about the Holocaust and other genocides earn Indiana Milken Educator Sarah Powley and the Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Committee statewide recognition.
Kids have the biggest hearts! Milken Educators share some of their students’ kindest moments.
Talking with people who don’t share our views in polarized times isn’t easy, but Erin Jones (WA ’07) reminds us that it can bring people together.
An innovative program brings first-person perspectives on mental health into the classroom to build awareness and empathy.
Afghan families are arriving on our shores to start their new lives in the U.S. Here’s how to help their children succeed in our schools.
As students and staff return to school in the age of COVID-19, Milken Educators offer advice for teachers starting their careers in education.
Thanks to the pandemic, students learned important life lessons along with academics during the 2020-21 school year.
Julie Cajune (MT '02) has built her career developing curricula about tribal histories for schools and museums. She talks about the significance of her work in understanding the role of indigenous peoples in the U.S. today, and what the American Dream means to her.
To mark Pride Month, take a look at these tips for making sure LGBTQ+ students feel safe and included in the classroom
What can educators do to stem the tide of anti-Asian racism? To mark Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we asked Milken Educators how they’re incorporating the AAPI community into anti-racism efforts in their schools and districts.