My name is Bryan Christopher.

Bryan_ChristopherI share successes and failures from my classroom to help educators, parents and policymakers do more for their students.

I write for a variety of print and online outlets about:

  • Becoming a better teacher
  • The power of student and teacher voice
  • How policy decisions impact classrooms and schools.

I currently teach high school English and journalism in Durham, NC. Outside the classroom, I facilitate webinars and in-person professional development for teachers in Hope Street’s North Carolina and Utah policy fellowships, cure my own fish and build lego masterpieces with my two sons.

To learn more, contact me @bryanchristo4 or bryanchristopher22@gmail.com.

Recent Articles

We just took a good first step with smart, low-income students, Raleigh News & Observer

“Fact-based, solutions-oriented perspectives enable students to tackle societal issues, current events,” Communication: Journalism Education Today (summer 2018, print-only)

Spotting student hunger, SmartBrief Education

The power of writing begins with a single sentence, National Board of Professional Teaching Standards

How student “Dreamers” enrich our North Carolina High School, Washington Post