Five Immediate Policy Priorities to Further Educational Equity
With the Biden administration preparing to take office, we have an opportunity to center on our students at this critical moment.
Meet Four Women Who Are Lawyering for Good
Lawyers get a bad rap. These fighters for justice will restore your faith in the profession.
What the Election Can Mean for Our Students
Teach For America CEO Elisa Villanueva Beard shares reflections on President-Elect Joe Biden and what his win could mean for students across the country.
When Parents Won't Give Up
A group of Minneapolis parents with roots in Somalia are getting a distinctly American lesson in how education systems work, and just how much strategizing and speaking out it takes to be heard.
TFA Alums Start Organization to Engage Educators in Policies
Two Teach For America alums are helping educators understand policy and the importance local elections can have on fellow teachers and their students.
The Inherently Political Problem of Policing Political Speech in the Classroom
Opinion: A "No politics in the classroom" policy is not just challenging to enforce, but it is also a disservice to students and teachers.
How I Became an Informed Voter
Teach For America San Antonio alum Anna Vuich shares how she became an informed voter and the importance of community members taking on the same charge.
The Urgent Work of Getting People to Vote
From helping to register voters to educating people about candidates and issues on the ballot, these leaders are making it their mission to empower, inform, and motivate their communities to vote this election.
School Buildings Were in Trouble Even Before COVID-19
Many public school buildings are in need of major repairs, especially in low-income communities, impacting learning and the health of students, faculty, and staff.