In celebration of Black History Month, New Classrooms’ Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Circle is highlighting the stories of contemporary African Americans in STEM. Our first feature was Mikeal Vaughn, Founder and Executive Director of Urban Coders Guild, a non-profit in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that is providing STEM education opportunities to
In honor of Black History Month, our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Circle was excited to cover the contributions of African Americans in STEM, especially since that connects to our work at New Classrooms.
Our first interviewee in this series is Mikeal Vaughn, the Founder and Executive Director of Urban
To begin the Spring 2021 semester, the U.S. Department of Education invited Joel Rose to participate in a discussion on student learning during the pandemic. As one of two featured personalized learning platforms to receive an invitation to speak, Joel shared insights and tools that families and teachers can use
Gideon Stein, President of The Moriah Fund, has been a valued donor and New Classrooms Board Member since 2013. We interviewed Mr. Stein on being a philanthropic partner. He also shared thoughts from his donor experience, and offered advice for new donors.
How do you think about your role as
When Federal Way Public Schools, in Seattle, closed schools due to the coronavirus outbreak, one of the first things Andrea Ball’s students asked about was their ‘Star Chart’. The Star Chart had become a fixture in the second semester of Ball’s classroom at Sacajawea Middle School, which began partnering with
The school year may be over, but we’re still excited to share a few of different ways in which teachers at Teach to One partner schools have exemplified distance learning resilience and creativity for their students during COVID-19 school building closures. Today’s story comes to us from East Oakland’s ASCEND,
In this Timely Teacher Tip, New Classrooms Site Operations Manager Rosa Pynes shares some of the ways she’s found to strike a balance between work, play, and chores during COVID-19. Give some of these ideas a try!
We’re updating this page with stories on how New Classrooms and our
There is nothing ideal about implementing an emergency transition to distance learning. Over the last several weeks, we’ve had the privilege to help school partners apply unique aspects of Teach to One’s school-based design to ensure learning continues in a personalized virtual learning environment.
This work with new and existing
The math teachers at Gray Elementary School in Chicago got creative for their students to send them an inspiring message about the importance of continuing to learn new math skills and concepts. This photo collage was put together as a way to encourage their students during this challenging time.