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NWP leader Michael Thompson and his wife Tina Deschenie join us on NWP Radio to share two new anthologies they’ve contributed to this year. Join us for an intimate conversation and powerful poetry.

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On this episode we will talk about why and how working educators should take a more active role in thinking about retirement funding. Listen in to a conversation about the relationship between underfunded pensions and school quality and climate.

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Join Writing Project colleagues and educators associated with the National Geographic Educator Network to learn about the Geo-Inquiry process developed to support students in developing the skills, knowledge, and tools of a geographer and provide pathways for investigating, understanding, and taking action through a geographic lens.

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Mike Caulfield and NWP teacher-leaders using the SIFT curriculum approach have had their eyes out for electoral misinformation. See this wrap-up of Mike’s October look at electoral misinformation and find resources for better information for your students.

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Check out this NWP CoLab with National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) Program Director Marya Brennan and high-school teacher Sean Krazit for an orientation to NaNoWriMo, tips and strategies for making it work in the classroom or online, and pointers to resource collections covering everything from curriculum ideas to approaches to assessment.

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Join us for a discussion with wonderful author-illustrators Jacob Kramer and K-Fai Steele, along with Louisville Writing Project teacher-leader Sheryl Block.

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We’re thrilled to feature four outstanding youth from KC Storytellers, a project led by the Greater Kansas City Writing Project that unites communities through student stories—part of Write Out 2020.

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Join Morehead Writing Project teachers and National Park Service colleagues for this discussion about the possibilities and details on how to design your writing marathon.

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In this episode of The Write Time, we visit with author/illustrator Jerry Craft and eighth-grade student, Dereje Tarrant.

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As schools work through reopening plans and teachers reframe curricula for hybrid learning and policy-makers talk of “learning loss,” it might be easy to forget the impact of the pandemic on children’s opportunity to play and to learn through play.

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