The new question-of-the-week is:
What are the best ways to respond when teachers are told we should keep politics out of the classroom?
In Part One, Dr. Angela M. Ward, Holly Spinelli, Rocio del Castillo, Ed.D., and Keisha Rembert shared their responses. Angela, Holly, Rocio, and Keisha also were guests on my 10-minute BAM! Radio Show. You can also find a list of, and links to, previous shows here.
In Part Two, Abeer Shinnawi, Jennifer Hitchcock, Matt Renwick, and Leah B. Michaels added to the conversation.
In Part Three, Jen Schwanke, Dr. Carolyn M. Shields, Timothy Hilton, and Bill Ivey contributed their commentaries.
This series is “wrapped up” by numerous educators who have sent in responses on social media:
Politics or “partisanship”?
David B. Cohen is a national-board-certified teacher, union leader, and writer from Palo Alto, Calif.:
When people claim we…