Education Blogger’s Network

The Education Bloggers Network is dedicated to supporting Democratic Public Schools against “Education Reformers” whose goal is to profit rather than provide education for America’s youth.

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Aaron Barlow

Aaron Barlow

Associate Professor of English, New York City College of Technology (CUNY)

Adam Bessie

Adam Bessie

Adam Bessie is a professor of English at a Northern California community college and an essayist, most recently in comics form.  Bessie is a regular Truthout contributor, and his writing has also appeared in The Washington Post, AlterNet, and in the Project Censored book series, amongst others. Follow him on Twitter: @adambessie.

Alexandra Miletta

Alexandra Miletta

I am a teacher educator at Mercy College, a writer, and arts advocate living in New York City. I co-authored Classroom Conversations: A Collection of Classics for Parents and Teachers (2008, The New Press) with my mother, Maureen Miletta, and am currently finishing a new book entitled Demystifying Classroom Management.

Alice Mercer

Alice Mercer

I’m a computer lab teacher at an elementary school in Sacramento, CA. My teaching experience has been almost exclusively at high poverty and high minority schools.

Amy Prime

Amy Prime

Ani McHugh

Ani McHugh

Anne Tenaglia

Anne Tenaglia

My Blog is called Teacher’s Lessons Learned, about lessons learned as a teacher. Sometimes the lessons come from failures and sometimes from successes, from students, parents, teachers, or “outsiders.” I’ve recently retired after 37 years teaching in urban Philadelphia. I’ve also written a book called, It Wasn’t in the Lesson Plan.

Anthony Cody

Anthony Cody

I taught middle school science and math in Oakland for 18 years, and have been working for the past five years as a coach and mentor.

Arthur Camins

Arthur Camins

Arthur H. Camins is the Director of the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) at the Stevens Institute of Technology where he leads the Center’s curriculum, professional development and research work. He writes about issues related to education policy and STEM education.

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Chris Thinnes | @ChrisThinnes

Chris Thinnes

Chris Thinnes is an independent school leader and a public school parent. He is the Head of the Upper Elementary School & Academic Dean at Curtis School, and the founding Director of the Center for the Future of Elementary Education (CFEE). In recent years he has served as a member of EdLeader21‘s Advisory Group, NAIS’s advisory council on diversity (CTA), and the EdCamp Foundation’s public relations committee. In the 2013-2014 school year, he was honored as a Fellow of the Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence, named one of Carney Sandoe’s “8 Thought Leaders to Follow Now,” and featured as a panelist for the ASCD Whole Child Town Hall.

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Gerri Songer

Gerri Songer

We Are More is a website offering information intended to support teachers, public schools, and public education in America.  I am the Education Chair of the District 214 Education Association and have 23 years experience working with both special education and general education students at the secondary level.

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Jim Arnold

Jim Arnold

A retired public educator and served as a classroom teacher, Assistant Principal, HS Principal and Superintendent for a total of 39 years. Jim’s teaching experiences were primarily in Alabama and Georgia.

Jonathan Lovell

Jonathan Lovell

A SITE TO DISCUSS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEANINGFUL AND ILL-CONCEIVED EDUCATIONAL REFORM

Jonathan Pelto

Jonathan Pelto

Jonathan Pelto is a blogger and advocacy journalist based in Connecticut. Jonathan served as a member of the Connecticut House of Representatives from 1984-1993. After leaving the legislature, he formed Impact Strategies Inc., Connecticut’s first stand-alone issue advocacy company. His clients included many of Connecticut’s leading progressive organizations, unions and associations, as well as the University of Connecticut and the Mohegan Tribal Nation. Over the years he has also managed or worked on numerous political campaigns at the national, state and local level. In 2011, he turned to blogging and his blog, Wait, What? is now the most read commentary site in the Connecticut.

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Lloyd Lofthouse

Lloyd Lofthouse

This Blog is about education, teaching, parenting and coming of age based on the author’s thirty years as a classroom teacher and as a parent of two.

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Marie Corfield

Marie Corfield

Description: Mother, artist, teacher, education activist, former NJ State
Legislature candidate, that teacher in that Chris Christie You Tube video,
writing about education, poverty, politics, women’s issues, social justice
and living in a world gone strange.

Mercedes Schneider

Mercedes Schneider

I began my Ph.D. in counselor education but decided I liked all of those stats courses well enough to ask to transfer to the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods two years in, in February 2000.  I graduated with my Ph.D. in applied statistics and research methods, with a counselor education concentration, in August 2002.

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Peter Greene

Peter Greene

This blog is about blowing off steam and standing up for public education. I am lucky to live in an age when being able to string some words together can be combined with a little tech skill to reach people who need a hand, a reminder that they aren’t alone, a word of encouragement. So I’m giving it a shot.

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Stu Bloom

Stu Bloom

I want to look closely at what’s happening in our schools and try to determine why it’s the politicians who are determining the curriculum and teaching methods. I want to figure out why teachers have become the enemy to so many Americans and what I can do to rectify that misconception. I want to help re-make the public schools in the US into places where children learn and teachers teach and discover the joy of that interaction. I want to figure out ways to make readers and thinkers out of my students…and I want to find ways to help them let go of the pain of failure and learn to enjoy learning.

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1 thought on “Education Blogger’s Network”

  1. Great to see page full of list of education bloggers. Thanks for the compilation!

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