Contributors

Chris McNutt

Obsessed with the benefits of progressive education. He holds a Masters Degree in Education from The Ohio State University and is a public high school digital media & design educator. (he/him)

Hi I'm Chris McNutt

Nick Covington

Nick Covington teaches high school Social Studies in Ankeny, Iowa public schools, and promotes progressive education across the board in his classroom.

Hi I'm Nick Covington

Jacqueline Nelson

Jacqueline is an anti-bias educator and equity practitioner. A dedicated mother and wife. She is a passionate community builder and racial justice advocate with over a decade of teaching experience.

Hi I'm Jacqueline Nelson

Jonathan deHaan

Jonathan researches the why and how of teaching language and literacy with games in his Game Terakoya project. He co-edits the Ludic Language Pedagogy journal.

Hi I'm Jonathan deHaan

Thomas White

Thomas White is a high school English teacher, writer, and amateur gardener. He lives in Austin with his wife, his son, and two Australian Shepherd dogs. He writes about culture, policy, and school.

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Lisa Biber

Lisa has been teaching English Language Arts for 12 years in her home-state of Wisconsin. She's also a registered yoga teacher with a passion for bringing mindfulness to the classroom.

Hi I'm Lisa Biber

Brennan Dignan

As a college counselor at a progressive international school in Hong Kong, Brennan's work attempts to infuse the post-graduation planning process with meaning and purpose as defined by the individual.

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Monte Syrie

Do. Reflect. Do Better. HS ELA Teacher, Project 180 Founder.

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Dan Kearney

Dan is a social studies teacher in California. Formerly of the Peace Corps and international schools, Dan has a keen interest in creating school systems and culture that emphasize meaning and purpose.

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Alicia Huculak (she/her)

Alicia is a jr. high humanities teacher just outside of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She is committed to equity and radical change in education.

Hi I'm Alicia Huculak (she/her)

Eric M Schildge

Eric is an English/Drama teacher at Sparhawk School in Amesbury, MA. He collaborates with artists, writers, actors, journalists, and other professionals to bring learning to life for students.

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Tegan Morton

Tegan Morton is a science teacher and equity educator based in NYC. In addition to finding ways big and small to liberate education from oppressive systems.

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Mary Wade

Mary operates and shares her thoughts on innovating education on HonorsGradU.com, a non-profit focused on empowering students to take control of their learning.

Hi I'm Mary Wade

Traci Nicole Smith

I reside in New Orleans and have a PhD in Special Education. In 2019, I formed The Educational Epistolary, a consultancy focused on navigating education through a spiritual lens.

Hi I'm Traci Nicole Smith

Abe Moore

Primary school teacher in Adelaide, South Australia. Progressive education. Ungrading. Experiential learning. Learning to be a radical advocate of children.

Hi I'm Abe Moore

Timothy Fawkes

High school music teacher, musician, arts enthusiast, justice pursuer, cat fancier. [he/him/his] 🏳️‍🌈 Everything is a form of world-building, so let's build a good one.

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Mark Barnett

Mark Barnett is the Learning Experience Designer/Head of Makerspace at Harbour School Hong Kong. Mark is dedicated to developing makerspaces that have all children succeed in learning.

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Matthew Byars

A middle school teacher for almost 25 years, Matt currently serves as the Director of Service & Experiential Learning, 6th Grade Team Leader, and a 6th Grade English teacher at St. Paul’s School.

Hi I'm Matthew Byars

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