The Author

Christopher Copeland teaches fourth grade at Rodeph Sholom School, a Reform Jewish day school located on the Upper West Side of New York City. For the first eight years of his career, he taught English at a public high school in Birmingham, Alabama. He later spent one year coordinating an after-school literacy program at a charter school in East Harlem. He and his wife attend Redeemer Presbyterian Church, where he was a Gotham Fellow.

What Teachers Really Need for ‘Back to School’

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Join me in praying for my teacher colleagues gearing up for another year full of the hope that keeps us doing what we do.
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