Whether you’re a seasoned coach or a teacher looking to start a new athletics program, your sports team could probably use some fresh equipment. And we know funding can be tough: $2.5 billion was cut from school sports budgets in [Read More...]
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Guest blogger Genein Letford is an elementary music teacher from Canoga Park, California and a member of the DonorsChoose.org Board of Directors. "Your wheel spokes have busted. Remain in this location for three extra days. [Read More...]
Greg Carere works on the DonorsChoose.org Screening team, offering feedback to teachers so they can submit clear, eligible, and persuasive projects. There isn’t One Big Secret to writing an incredible project essay—each one [Read More...]
“Comics are a gateway drug to literacy.” Art Spiegelman Comic book, graphic novel, sequential art. Whatever you call it, this ancient medium is in the middle of cultural resurgence. Superhero movies are breaking box-office [Read More...]
Dave Stuart Jr. is small-town high school teacher who helps educators promote long-term flourishing on DaveStuartJr.com. If you're trying to become both better and saner at the work of teaching, join Dave's free newsletter. I [Read More...]
Guest blogger Andy Yung is a Pre-K teacher at P.S. 244Q, The Active Learning Elementary School, in Flushing, New York. Visit him on DonorsChoose.org and his own webpage. DonorsChoose.org is an amazing resource for any [Read More...]
Guest blogger Michelle Ramos is an elementary teacher in La Mirada, CA. What can you do if you’re a teacher at a school with limited resources, and you can’t ask your students' parents to support your project? I have some [Read More...]