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On the Podcast: Dismantling Racism in Education (Rebroadcast)

Three years ago, we started this episode of the podcast by saying; not talking about racism is not a solution. We sought to have a conversation about dismantling racism in education after a Heinemann Fellows panel on the subject. As we listen to this conversation through the lens of 2020, it’s now not enough to talk about dismantling racism, rather we must take actions to be anti-racist.  (continue reading)

Have You Heard? All Our Audiobooks Are Free to Download through Mother's Day!

You deserve a good read-aloud, perhaps even one that helps you stay connected to your profession, inspires you, and helps you imagine new possibilities.  (continue reading)

You're Invited: A Special Heinemann Audiobooks Listening Party!

Join us for a special online-only audiobook listening party on Sunday, April 5, 2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT).  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: The Value and Inequity of Identity work with Heinemann Fellow Minjung Pai and Cornelius Minor

This week on the Heinemann Podcast, we’re handing things over to Heinemann Fellow, Minjung Pai.  (continue reading)

Presenting the 2019 Donald Graves Breakfast: The Antidotes to Orthodoxy

Here, you will find videos of all of the speakers from this year’s Donald Graves Living Legacy Breakfast.  (continue reading)

Welcome to the 2019 Heinemann Teacher Tour

Even if you aren't able to join us in person, you can tune into each PD session LIVE on Facebook. Tune in Saturday, July 27th 2019 between 8:30am and 12:00pm to participate in our live event.  (continue reading)

We Got This by Cornelius Minor - The Audiobook

We Got This, the audiobook, is available now! Stay tuned for more audiobook options from Heinemann, coming later this year.  (continue reading)

Finding Productive Ways to Say No

As teachers, our no responses must be about our students. Because our students and their needs are dynamic, those paths shift and change.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Examining Systems and Practices to Change Outcomes

If we accept that discomfort is inevitable but silence is not a strategy, what practices or systems in your school can you examine in order to confront and change outcomes for students of color?  (continue reading)

Identifying When Change Needs to Happen

Sometimes the things that we have to do become tradition, and as tradition ages sometimes those practices do not serve all children. Sometimes we have to change an established way of doing things in order to better serve our kids.  (continue reading)

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