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LaQuisha Hall, a teacher at Carver Vocational-Technical High School, emphasizes the importance of practicing self-care, especially during these unprecedented times.
Sidney Thomas, a middle school teacher at Holabird Academy, describes the challenges of transitioning from the classroom to remote teaching as well as trying to reestablish work-life balance during quarantine.
Wyatt Oroke, a middle school teacher at City Springs Elementary/Middle School, shares the importance of empowering his scholars to "tell their truths" during such uncertain times.
Kyair Butts, a Waverly Elementary/Middle School teacher, discusses how his students' resilience and colleagues' perseverance has kept him inspired as an educator.
Zaharah Valentine, principal of Baltimore Design School, provides her perspective on the challenges she and her staff are facing during this time.
David Guzman, principal of Mary E. Rodman Elementary School, calls for a collaborative effort to rethink and quickly adapt our learning model during this unprecedented time.
Joseph Manko, principal of Liberty Elementary School, describes how his school community has rallied to provide quality, virtual instructional tools and resources to students and families.
Dr. Katrina Foster, principal of Hampden Elementary/Middle School, describes how the unprecedented situation has given rise to collective support and solidarity in her school’s community.
The Kirwan Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education has the opportunity to transform education in Maryland. Our blog post analyzes the Commission’s recommendations for career and technical education and its implications on equitable access to high-quality learning experiences.
Anthony Blake, ESOL educator and soccer coach at the National Academy Foundation, shares how the facilities upgrades and support from Under Armour have impacted the growth of NAF's inaugural soccer program.
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