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XQ Institute is dedicated to rethinking the high school experience so that every student graduates ready to succeed in life.
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XQ 8h
🚨 Alert Meet the students who created a children's book that teaches the do’s and don’ts of staying safe during the pandemic. It comes with a mask too!
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XQ 9h
"Education is the most valuable tool to dismantle racism and create a more equitable society." talks about how teachers can reshape education to be more just, equitable, and inclusive through diversity and training. ⬇️
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XQ 10h
The future seems bright when you look to those who will one day be our future leaders... 🎓 We can't wait to see what the does next 🎓
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XQ 11h
What does "Learners for Life" mean to you?
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Patrick Riccards Aug 7
In too many communities, in too many schools, and in too many classrooms, we are still teaching history the way we did a half-century ago.
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XQ Aug 7
Replying to @LoriHuff13
Thank you! If you'd like access to more amazing resources, head on over to
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XQ Aug 7
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XQ Aug 7
Replying to @ReadOrPrison @Eduflack
What are his initial thoughts? We'd love to hear from him!
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XQ Aug 7
Replying to @nubianbabe3
We will! Please help us to spread the word!
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XQ Aug 7
Senior Janay Kelley delivered a goosebump-inducing speech during the Student Speaker Awards. Join us on the Rethink Together Forum to see more of Janay’s inspiring work! Maybe spoken word will be your next 😉
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XQ Aug 7
Tell students you know about these programs to help amplify their voices. Each program provides: ✅ Mentoring ✅ Professional development ✅ Skill development ✅ Networking ✅ Real-world professional experience Applications due 8/14
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XQ Aug 7
If we don't teach young boys that it's okay to have emotions, it's okay to be vulnerable, they'll never grow up to feel like it is.
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XQ Aug 6
Thank you so much for sharing! What is your number one "adulting" tip to neophyte adults?
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XQ Aug 6
We all have a voice. Our power rests within our voice and how we choose to use it. 🗣 Graduate Janay Kelley, whose spoken word poetry is rooted in , shared her work with us. What makes your story unique? Join the conversation! ⬇️
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Brad Weinstein Aug 6
Inequities were a major issue during the pandemic. How did Inequities affect your students during remote learning❓
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XQ Aug 6
When taught with full fidelity, history gives us clues into what we can do in the present to change our future. How can we change history classes so students don't think of them as boring or useless?
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Russlynn Ali Aug 6
On the 55th anniversary of the let's honor Rep. John Lewis' legacy and the sacrifices that won the right to vote. “The vote is precious. It is the most powerful non-violent tool we have in a democratic society, and we must use it."
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XQ Aug 6
How can we make America a more space? 💭 What individual and collective action do we need to take to reshape the immigrant experience in our country? 🌍 Join the discussion on the Rethink Together Forum! ⬇️
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TeacherGoals Aug 6
"We need teachers and school staff who see their own activism as central to the struggle in fighting the educational injustices that have wronged so many of our Black & Brown children." Check out this awesome resource from and ! 🔥 🔥
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XQ Aug 6
Replying to @ashleybarnwell
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