I Am a Rural Teacher Podcast

November 25, 2020 |
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The “I Am a Rural Teacher” Podcast is a project of the Rural Schools Collaborative. The podcast is being produced as part of the larger I Am a Rural Teacher national advocacy campaign is in partnership with the National Rural Education Association and the Community Foundation of the Ozarks. The project is supported by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

In this podcast, we’re talking with teachers in real time about how they’re handling the impacts of Covid-19, internet access, and the daily ways, big and small, that rural schools and communities come together to take care of each other.

If you’d like to join us, get started by listening to the podcasts below, then subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, on Spotify, Google Play, Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. New episodes will be uploaded every Monday until mid-December.

Jolene Smith - Teaching Culture on the Navajo Nation

Melissa Wyman - Place-Based Education in Vermont

Michael Melton - The Many Roles of a Rural Teacher

Patti and Rod Lloyd - Finding Home on the Alaskan North Slope

Sharon Laredo Christie - The Honor of Teaching on the Border


Mark Roy - Dancing with History

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