This is What #EDUSolidarity Looks Like – The Full List

Watching EDUSolidarity take place on Tuesday was one of the most empowering and inspirational days of my life.  It was amazing to see so many educators around the country (and even two internationally) stand up together to support our brothers and sisters whose unions are under attack.  What started as an idea in the shower as a response to an old question, quickly ballooned to involve over 100 different bloggers sharing their thoughts and experiences.  There is an incredibly wide variety of viewpoints here, and I would encourage people to read as many as they can.  Moreover, I would encourage people to take the time to leave comments on those you read.  I will be doing so in the coming days, as well as posting more in response to things I read.

It must be noted, that as this was an open tag, not all of the post reflect the views of myself or the other co-sponsors of this.  Every post that was submitted has been included in the list.

The cosponsors are listed first, followed by the rest in alphabetical order by blog name.  Click on the person’s name to read their EDUSolidarity post; Twitter handles, for those who shared, follow after locations.

Doug NoonBorderland – Fairbanks, AK.
Jamie JosephsonDontworryteach – Washington, DC. Dontworryteach
Kate Nowakf(t) – Syracuse, NY. k8nowak
Sabrina Stevens ShupeFailing Schools – Denver, CO. TeacherSabrina
Jonathanjd2718 – Bronx, NY.
Anthony CodyLiving in Dialogue – Oakland, CA. anthonycody
Ed DarrellMillard Fillmore’s Bathtub – Dallas, TX.
Stephen LazarOutside the Cave – Gotham Schools – Bronx, NY. SLazarOtC
Nancy FlanaganTeacher in a Strange Land – Cedar, MI. nancyflanagan
Ken Bernstein aka “teacherken”teacherken at Daily Kos – Arlington, VA. teacherken
Jose VilsonThe Jose Vilson – New York, NY. thejlv
Sophie GermainA Brand New Line – Santa Clara, CA. sophgermain
Sarah PuglisiA Day In the Life – Oxnard, CA.
Jeff Silva-BrownA Passion for Teaching and Opinions – Ukiah, CA. ukiahcoachbrown
Dan AndersonA Recursive Process – Saratoga Springs, NY. dandersod
Mr. A. TalkAccountable Talk – New York, NY.
Frank NoscheseAction-Reaction – Cross River, NY. fnoschese
Lisa ButlerAdventures with Technology – Harrisburg, PA. SrtaLisa
Rachel LevyAll Things Education – Ashland, VA. RachelAnneLevy
Jason BuellAlways Formative – San Jose, CA. jybuell
The Reflective EducatorAn Urban Teacher’s Education – New York, NY. urbanteachersed
Apple A DayApple A Day Project – Boston, MA. appleadayproj
Amy ValensAugust to June: Bringing Life to School – New York, NY. augusttojune
ChanaBlogging at the Edge of Democracy – Durham, NC. democracysedge
Bud HuntBud the Teacher – Fort Collins, CO. budtheteacher
ChazChaz’s School Daze – Queens, NY.
Marc BousquetChronicle of Higher Education – Los Gatos, CA.
David CoffeyDelta Scape – Spring Lake, MI. delta_dc
Leo CaseyDissent Magazine – New York, NY.
Brent NyczDon’t Settle – New York, NY. BNiche
PeterEd in the Apple – New York, NY.
Norm ScottEducation Notes – Rockaway Beach, NY.
Deven BlackEducation on the Plate – New York City, NY. devenkblack
David AndradeEducational Technology Guy – Bridgeport, CT. daveandcori
educator4WIeducator4WI – Madison, WI.
Francis S. MidyEduSolidarity Essays – Bronx, NY.
Suzanne DonahueEduSolidarity Essays – Rockland County, NY.
Eric BrunsellEdutopia – STEM Blog – Appleton, WI. Brunsell
Esther BerksonEdwize – Bronx, NY.
Jason LeibowitzEdwize – New York, NY.
Jessica JacobsEdwize – Staten Island, NY.
Lissette VelazquezEdwize – New York, NY.
Marc KorashanEdwize – New York, NY.
Roseanne McCoshEdwize – Bronx, NY.
JennyElementary, My Dear, or Far From It – Springfield, VA. jenorr
Marie Levey-PabstEnglish Teachin’ Vegan – Boston, MA.
Christal WattsFive Feet of Feisty – Fairfield, CA. christal_watts
Jay Bullockfolkbum’s rambles and rants – Milwaukee, WI. folkbum
Fred KlonskyFred Klonsky’s Blog – Chicago, IL. fklonsky
ZenoHalfway There – Northern CA.
Mimi YangI Hope This Old Train Breaks Down… – El Salvador (formerly NYC). untilnextstop
Cathy BI.M.O. In My Opinion – Detroit, MI. Cathy_Brackett
David B. CohenInterACT – Palo Alto, CA. CohenD
Ruben BrosbeIs Our Children Learning? – New York, NY. blogsbe
Lynne Winderbaumjd2718 (friend’s blog) – Rockland County, NY.
Larry FerlazzoLarry Ferlazzo’s Websites of The Day – Sacramento, CA. larryferlazzo
Julia TsyganLearning (by) Teaching – Stockholm, Sweden.
Kathryn CoffeyLiteracy Gurl – Spring Lake, MI. literacygurl
Gregg LundahlLundahl – New York, NY.
Brian CohenMaking the Grade – Philadelphia, PA. bncohen
Mark AndersonMAnderson’s Bubble – New York, NY. mandercorn
Nick YatesMaryland Math Madness – Baltimore, MD. nyates314
CurmudgeonMath Curmudgeon – VT.
Chris HillMath is a Shovel – Seattle, WA. hillby258
Sue VanHattumMath Mama Writes – Richmond, CA.
Owen ThomasMathEdZineBlog – Columbus, OH. vlorbik
John Goldenmathhombre – Grand Haven, MI. mathhombre
Miss AdventureMiss Adventure’s Adventures – GA.
Michael DunnModern School – San Francisco, CA. ModSchool
Bill IveyMy Blog at – Shelburne Falls, MA.
Tricia DiPasqualeMy Life – Somerville, MA. PDiPasquale
Kristen FoussMy Web 2.0 journey – Cincinnati, OH. fouss
Courtney FerrellNo Teacher Left Behind – New York, NY.
Miss EyreNYC Educator – New York, NY.
Christopher SearsOmega Unlimited – Maysville, KY.
Stephen LazarOutside the Cave – Bronx, NY. SLazarOtC
John McrannOutside the Cave (guest post) – Bronx, NY.
Penelope MillarOutside the Cave (Guest post) – VA. PetiteViking
AlexaPas Pour Tout Les Yeux (personal blog, mostly private) – Chicago, IL.
Chris Spiliotispassing notes – Enterprise, FL. _thelink
Pat BallewPat’s Blog – USA.
Peggy RobertsonPeg with Peg – Centennial, CO. PegwithPen
Brendan MurphyPhilosophy Without A Home – Waukegan IL. dendari
pissedoffteacherPissedoffteacher – Queens, NY.
Chris LehmannPractical Theory – Philadelphia, PA. chrislehmann
Gamal SherifProgressEd – Philadelphia, PA.
Alice MercerReflections on Teaching – Sacramento, CA. alicemercer
Chuck OlynykRemember Fremont – Pomona, CA.
Nancy CavillonesSe Hace Camino al Andar – Bronx, NY.
Shakespeare’s SisterShakespeare’s Sister – CO. shakes_sister
Sherman DornSherman Dorn – Tampa, FL. shermandorn
Chris JanottaSOS Million Teacher Blog Site – Tinley Park IL. SOSMTM
Ira David SocolSpeEdChange – Holland, MI. irasocol
Maria AngalaTeacher Sol – Washington, DC. TeacherSol
Mary Rice-BootheThe Education Traveler – New York, NY. Edu_Traveler
Jose VilsonThe Jose Vilson – New York, NY. thejlv
Timothy BoyleThe Notebook – Philadelphia, PA.
Samuel ReedThe Philadelphia Public School Notebook – Philadelphia, PA. sriii2000
Kelly MuellerThe Power of Accomplished Teaching – St. Louis, MO. lkelly46
Rich TrashThe Trashman’s Disposable Reader – Queens, NY. RichTrash
David ReberTopeka K-12 Examiner – Lawrence, KS. David_Reber
Tuba BauhoferTuba Bauhofer – Kent. springrose12
Mary TedrowWalking to School – Winchester, VA. mtedrow
Katie SvobodaWhat’s on Katie’s Mind? – Sturgis, MI.
Paul Wagnerzenbassoon at Daily Kos – Hebron, IN. BssnistPaul

8 thoughts on “This is What #EDUSolidarity Looks Like – The Full List

  1. I’m honored to be on this list and to have been included as one of the cosponsors. One minor correction, though, for the location you’ve put me in – Fairbanks is in Alaska (AK). I haven’t had time to read even half of them all yet, and I look forward to reading more this weekend. Thanks for organizing this, Steve.


  2. You missed a pile of Edwize late essays (maybe 3 or 4) that I was too lazy to add to the form (well, I did adds on the 22nd, but not after). Zina, Janella, someone else?


  3. Sorry, Doug. Corrected here and in the website.
    Jonathan, will get to the Edwize stuff later. Let me know if there’s more our form was missing.


  4. Stephen,

    Have the organizers of March 22nd considered asking readers to post this on their Facebook pages–you are currently “preaching to the choir” if it’s only read by teachers.

    Paul Hawking
    The Challenge of Teaching Math
    Latest post:
    How do you get students to practice without their notes?

    PS: I was going to post something like this on my blog, but thought better of it as you may already have something in the works:

    Thought for the day:

    1. Go to Stephen Lazar’s compendium of all 100 blog posts from the March 22nd event: here’s a direct link if you haven’t read the post yet.

    2. Copy the link to your Facebook page:

    a. Under News Feed on your Facebook home page, click on “Link” and paste in

    b. Click the Attach button. A picture of Edusolidarity and the caption “This is What #EDUSolidarity Looks Like – The Full List « Outside the Cave” will appear along with the link.

    c. Click on “This is What #EDUSolidarity Looks Like – The Full List « Outside the Cave” and change it to

    100 teachers answer the question, “So why do you support unions?”

    d. Click share.


    1. Paul – this is a great, great idea. We have a Facebook group, but I think this is a next step we need to take.

      Please go ahead and post this, and I will encourage others to do the same.


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