Sarah Harris


This past October there was a debate on the existence of a teacher shortage in Indiana. The majority the legislature agreed that one does exist, but seemingly disagree on why one exists. What could explain the 30% drop in the number of people licensed as first year teachers? Any student who has taken a class […]

“Tapping” for Teachers


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Anyone who has served in an instructional role can attest to the fact that you feel an immense responsibility for your pupils’ education. During my time working with the Cyzner Institute, a school for students with special-needs, I felt even more pressure t o make sure everything I did was perfect, for so many other […]

Creating Harmonious Educational Experiences


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When I decided to intern at an education start-up in North India this past summer, I had no idea what to expect. I entered the summer with many opinions and questions about education. What I didn’t realize was that I also carried plenty of ingrained assumptions about education that I never even considered to be […]

Idealism and Pragmatism Clash in India