It has been quite a year and we are so grateful to all of our readers and guest writers. Here are the ten most read pieces of 2017 here at Good School Hunting. We Can’t Normalize Romance (or Sex) Between Teachers and Students. Period. I am a Teacher. And I am an Addict. Teachers Stand… Continue reading Our Top Ten Posts of 2017
Some kids are uncomfortable with reading To Kill a Mockingbird down in Biloxi, Mississippi. That’s a good thing. And an important part of the learning process, especially when it comes to understanding the uncomfortable truths around racial injustice in both the past and the present. Just this week, the Lieutenant Governor —and candidate for Governor—Ralph… Continue reading Discomfort, Yes. Different Tests, Hell No.
We already know that students of color do better even if they have just one black teacher. A recent study out of Johns Hopkins confirms it. Black students matched to black teachers have been shown to have higher test scores but we wanted to know if these student-teacher racial matches had longer-lasting benefits. We found… Continue reading Having a Black Male Teacher is Everything to These Kids and One Group is Working to Make it Happen