As the pandemic marches on, Amy Braswell (AR ’02) offers words of encouragement and motivation for weary teachers.
When George Floyd’s death triggered protests around the country last summer, social studies teacher Leslie Sullivan (SC ’19) created a virtual book club to help students and educators explore important issues together.
In the three years since Jon Pickinpaugh (NE ’17) took over as principal at UmonHon (Omaha) Nation High, graduation rates have risen from 46% to 80%, the largest graduating class in the school’s history. “I didn’t get into education to take the easy route,” says Jon. “I am always up for a challenge.”
Even in this challenging year, Milken Educators say they have a lot to be thankful for.
As Americans head to the polls, Milken Educators are using the 2020 election as a teaching opportunity.
Holding students’ attention is an evergreen challenge for educators—and online classes add another layer of complexity. We asked Milken Educators to share the strategies they’re using to boost engagement in their virtual classrooms.
Through “The Children of Willesden Lane,” students learn important lessons about survival and resilience.
COVID-19 has made remote learning a necessity in many districts—but there's a lot to like about the virtual classroom. We asked Milken Educators to share the upside of teaching online.
Teachers are finding creative ways to connect with students and each other on TikTok, this year's trendy social media platform.
Milken Educators deliver back-to-school messages of hope, inspiration and encouragement for students at the start of this most unusual 2020-21 school year.