Emily Kaplan is an elementary school teacher who has taught in suburban, charter, public, and private schools in greater Boston and rural Guatemala. Her writing, which focuses on children, education, and social equity, has been featured by The Washington Post, Esquire, Edushyster, Curmudgucation, ECE PolicyWorks, and Defending the Early Years. Prior to becoming a teacher, Emily conducted sociological research at Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Emily has a B.A. from Harvard University and an M.Ed. from Boston College, where she was a Donovan Urban Teaching Scholar.