A year later, 2016 Milken Educators reflect on the impact their Awards have made on their careers.
Born at the 2017 Milken Educator Awards Forum, a new mentoring program pairs experienced Milken Educators with new recipients to help them find their voice.
More than a decade ago, Brian Young (LA '07) was among the first educators to return to his New Orleans school after Hurricane Katrina. In the wake of Harvey and Irma, he shares advice for schools dealing with disasters.
At the beginning of this year, Eric Crouch (GA '16) discovered that 88% of his students are half a year or more behind in reading skills. Here's his plan to turn things around.
How are Virginia Milken Educators reacting to the recent violence in Charlottesville? By planning carefully for meaningful conversations with students and colleagues.
A classroom ritual with inscribed balloons helps Eric Crouch (GA '16) teach students that mistakes are an important part of learning.
From market research to business plans to all-night hackathons, high school students take entrepreneurship for a test drive in Los Angeles.
After months of research, Bill Smithyman's students presented more than 60 Unsung Hero stories honoring both historical figures and present-day local heroes. The result: Student engagement shot through the roof.