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Why Carver STEAM Teachers

Carver STEAM Math Instructor and Athletic Director, Mr. Scott, chooses purpose because he gets to work with the brightest minds. #choosepurpose #choosecarversteam

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Fighting for Equity for LGBTQ Students

By Jacques Etienne Carver STEAM Academy At age 22, I was handed my birth certificate, social security card and passport and told I had 10 days to leave my home. My nightmare was coming true. My Haitian parents had finally discovered my secret: I am gay. I was no longer welcome. I was being discarded. … Continue Reading →

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Virtual Learning: What We’re Doing Differently This Fall

By Diona Williams PBL Coordinator at Purpose Built Schools Atlanta When COVID-19 arrived in Atlanta last spring, our buildings closed abruptly and virtual school was–unexpectedly and quickly–in session. We made the most of an unprecedented situation. We acted quickly to gather resources with little notice. Educators logged countless hours in front of a webcam to … Continue Reading →

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Why I Choose Purpose: A Teacher’s Perspective

By Ms. Marie Ojofeitimi English Teacher, Carver STEAM Academy This time last year, I was presented with Carver STEAM’s Teacher of the Year award. The entire Carver family cheered and celebrated my accomplishment as we gathered in our usual meeting space. We laughed, hugged, reflected on the year, but most importantly, we were all together. … Continue Reading →

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Why I Choose Purpose: A Parent’s Perspective

By Bethany Thomas, Ed. S.Director of Robotics, Purpose Built Schools Atlanta I choose purpose because T. H. Slater Elementary School has helped me guide my kids on the right path toward educational success. My daughter, a current second grader at Slater, is motivated everyday by her teachers and principal. She meets with the principal for … Continue Reading →

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More Than Just Robots!

By Bethany Thomas, Ed. S.Director of Robotics, Purpose Built Schools Atlanta Robotics has always been part of my everyday life. For years I coached my daughter’s robotics team, and I have been fascinated with science, technology and coding since I was a child. My parents encouraged my interests and enrolled me in computer classes and … Continue Reading →

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