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Aug 20, 2020

While coronavirus numbers across the country continue to rise, in New York City, community transmission on average is low. There have beens some spikes across neighborhoods. Most of the city’s plans for reopening schools mean that teachers come in every day, while students only attend part time. In this episode, we...

Jul 8, 2020

School's out and it's summer vacation --- but this year, we don't know what to expect come September. In this episode, we hear from teachers about change and continuity. We consider what problems seem to persist across time and circumstance, and where we might find moments for transformation.

Jul 1, 2020

This semester has dissolved the boundaries of when, where, and how school happens. Both students and staff have experienced losses they're only beginning to process.

Jun 18, 2020

As the school year comes to a close, many teachers have been spending these last weeks engaged with the fight for justice and Black liberation. For some, this means they're at rallies, demanding police-free schools, organizing around budget decisions. For others, the work is about their classrooms, their families, their...

Jun 2, 2020

This past week, the murders of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd at the hands of the police have prompted a wave of protests nationwide. During a semester already marked by so much turmoil, schools are struggling to find their way through. In this episode, we look at restorative justice practices in schools and discuss...