August 10, 2022

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Announcing Our New EdSurge Voices of Change Writing Fellows

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EdSurge is excited to introduce the 2022-2023 EdSurge Voices of Modify creating fellows, all educators who were being selected by way of a competitive application system and, over the future calendar year, will compose initial-particular person essays about how their requires have transformed, how their students’ wants have adjusted and how their faculty local community has supported scholar and trainer properly-staying as difficulties in training persist.

This cohort of individuals—our second annual—represents a extensive range of activities, backgrounds, identities and perspectives. EdSurge will publish and elevate their stories setting up in the drop and continuing all through the upcoming university calendar year.

This 2nd cohort contains 8 gifted educators training at public, charter, unbiased and parochial colleges, from Hawaii to Michigan:

  • Whitney Aragaki (she/they), large college biology and environmental science instructor at Waiākea High College in Hilo, Hawai‘i.
  • Katerra Billy (she/her), diverse learner educator at KIPP East Academy in New Orleans.
  • Isabel Bozada-Jones (she/her), deeper understanding coordinator with Reynoldsburg Metropolis Educational facilities in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
  • Alice Domínguez (she/her), instructor of English language arts, yoga and mindfulness at Mater Dei Catholic Significant University in Chula Vista, California.
  • Patrick Harris II (he/him), writer from Detroit, middle university English trainer and dean of students at The Roeper School.
  • Matt Homrich-Knieling (he/him), youth organizer with MIStudentsDream, a Detroit-based coalition centered on immigration and training justice, and former middle school English language arts teacher.
  • Avery Thrush (she/her), sixth grade science teacher at STEM Prep Academy in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Corey Winchester (he/him), record and social science teacher and workers coordinator of College students Structured In opposition to Racism (SOAR) at Evanston Township Significant University in Evanston, Illinois.
Best still left to correct: Whitney Aragaki, Katerra Billy, Isabel Bozada-Jones, Alice Domínguez
Base left to right: Patrick Harris II, Matt Homrich-Knieling, Avery Thrush, Corey Winchester

In the coming months, these fellows will explore challenges associated to the subsequent issues:

  • How have the pandemic, financial hardship and racial unrest exacerbated inequities in instruction, and how are educators and faculty communities addressing them?
  • How has the pandemic and its aftershocks elevated awareness all over psychological health and nicely-remaining, and how are educators and school communities responding?
  • How are the requires and encounters of educators and students altering during what seems to be an inflection issue in the history of American education—and how are school communities responding?
  • How are universities supporting pupils and educators in identification exploration and enhancement and/or partnership-developing?
  • How are university styles, tutorial practices and other features of instructing and studying changing to meet up with educators and college students exactly where they are?
  • How are educators and university communities supporting the whole child by on the lookout at what all kids have in typical and want to do well, and addressing what kids of various backgrounds, ordeals and methods uniquely need to have to thrive?
  • What new difficulties have emerged in the instructing career, what present kinds have come to be much more intricate, and how are educators and university leaders navigating them?

The EdSurge Voices of Adjust Composing Fellowship very first launched in the summer time of 2021, with an inaugural cohort of seven esteemed fellows who, in excess of the class of the year, penned deeply private essays highlighting the myriad difficulties educators, faculty leaders and learners confronted in the midst of the pandemic.

They included challenges of teacher burnout, mental wellbeing, systemic racism, controversial legislation and more—all of which continue on to influence the American instruction program.


EdSurge is checking out these issues and themes outside of its annual fellowship. Have a tale strategy to share? Remember to fill out our transient pitch kind, and an editor may possibly be in contact to help shape it into an essay (we now shell out $150 for all this kind of posted submissions).

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