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August 31, 2017 Blog Community

Resources for Educators in the Wake of Charlottesville


We know that educators are often the adults with whom young people process what they see and experience in the world. In the face of the overt racism and violence this month in Charlottesville, and in light of the sometimes more subtle violence and racism that is prevalent everywhere in America, we wanted to share some resources to help with those conversations.

August 18, 2017 Blog Leadership

Consistency as a Catalyst for Change

“People quit principals, not schools.” Principal Elizabeth Jamison-Dunn of Catalyst Circle Rock Elementary School spoke to The Fund about how she retains teachers by building community among the staff.

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