National Newsletter

Dear Teacher-Powered Friends,

We know all of you are now teaching and leading in vastly different ways than you were just a couple of weeks ago. We’ve been thinking of so many of you and your students and the uncertainty your schools are experiencing. We don’t have answers, but we know that this is an amazing, thoughtful, innovative community and the answers to support our students, our colleagues, and our communities come from within.

In the coming weeks we are creating plans to support you and your students—how to help you collaborate with colleagues at your school and in your larger educator network virtually. There are a lot of great resources already out there and while we don’t want to add to the noise, we want you to know that we are here for you.

Amy & Alex

Call for session proposals extended

We have extended the submission period for conference breakout session proposals to at least April 15—we may extend it further. Right now is time to focus on your students, colleagues, families, neighbors, and selves. Your sure-to-be-awesome session proposals can wait.
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If you have a minute: Tell us what distance learning resources the teacher-powered community should know about

Across the country and around the world, we are finding ourselves exploring a new reality, finding the best distance learning resources to share with our students. We’re heartened to see so many organizations we admire sharing resources for just this purpose. Getting through any major disruption is easier together, even as we sit in our separate homes. So we are asking: What resources and/or ideas have you found most useful during this time?

We will compile what you share on our website and will continue to update it as it grows. We know it's not much, but we hope to help wade through this challenging time together.

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An opportunity for remote collaboration

We sent a reminder last week about the 2020 Teacher-Powered Learning Collaborative. Now more than ever, our virtual community can explore and learn together. We are glad to now offer this opportunity free of charge.
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