Love without borders

I am proud of our champions for children in New Hampshire, educators who are reaching out to Central American children living temporarily in a Juarez, Mexico orphanage. They believe that all children, no matter where they are from, deserve the opportunity to learn and grow strong. Their love knows no borders. More…

Our Pride Flag flies high

Educators know the importance of surrounding LGBTQ students with the tools and resources they need, and that begins with supporting them and affirming who they are. More…

#FamiliesBelongTogether

Immigration issues are complicated.  But some things are simple. Do not punish children for decisions they didn’t make. Do not separate families. Provide a trusted path to citizenship for immigrant Dreamers. More…

Celebrating–and learning from–older Americans

When I was teaching sixth grade at Orchard Elementary, I was always trying to think of ways to make my lessons more real. We were studying a particularly dry history textbook about World War II—a series of dates, battles, and names of generals. Those publishers had to work really hard to make World War II boring, More…