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Erin Raphel

Erin Raphel

Erin Raphel
Erin brings a wide spectrum of experience in corporate communications and marketing to the TeleTeachers team. She has spent her career building brands with innovative ideas and high-quality written content. Her passion for disseminating quality content coupled with the integrity of TeleTeachers’ mission is an ideal match. Erin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Michigan State University.

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Spotlight On...School Psychologist Dr. Kacey Broadhurst

Kacey Broadhurst grew up in Massachusetts, one of six daughters to a single mom. She admits her…

Erin Raphel
January 12, 2023
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Spotlight On...Occupational Therapist Kerry Coyne

Kerry Coyne grew up on the South Side of Chicago. She always knew she wanted to work with kids in…

Erin Raphel
December 16, 2022
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Spotlight On... Music Therapist Elizabeth Jepson

Music therapist Elizabeth Jepson is from the Chicagoland area. She grew up in Bartlett, which is…

Erin Raphel
October 04, 2022
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District Partnership Spotlight: Glades County Schools

Glades County is a small and tight-knit community. Home to 1,250 students in the district and…

Erin Raphel
June 14, 2022
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I Matter Colorado

  State of Colorado leverages TeleTeachers as technology partner for Youth Rapid Mental Health…

Erin Raphel
December 15, 2021
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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: The Learning Must be Ongoing

TeleTeachers recently held a webinar entitled A Path to Equity, in which we spoke with two school…

Erin Raphel
May 18, 2021
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Can Our Education Leaders Find the Path to Safe School Reopening?

“As hard as closing was, opening is harder.” - Eric Gordon, CEO of Cleveland Metropolitan School…

Erin Raphel
March 31, 2021
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It’s Not Too Early, So Let’s Talk About the Elephant in the Classroom: Compensatory Services

Compensatory services have always been a huge undertaking for school districts. Even before the…

Erin Raphel
February 05, 2021
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Social Emotional Learning is not just a nice-sounding phrase. It's a practice schools need to be implementing, now. Here's why.

 

Erin Raphel
December 15, 2020