Seth Litt

Guest Blogger

CEO, Parent Revolution

Los Angeles, California

Seth Litt is the new CEO of Parent Revolution, a Los Angeles-based parent organizing non-profit focused on “kids-first” education policies. He spent 12 years working in public schools in the South Bronx, New York, as a middle-school teacher, union chapter leader and school principal.

A 2003 Teach for America Corps member, Litt has a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University and a master’s degree in teaching and curriculum from Fordham University.

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Posted Sep. 21, 2015

Is Protesting an Art Museum Really the Best Way to Help Kids?

Two weeks ago, as I was starting my new role here at Parent Revolution, I wrote about the conversations we…

By Seth Litt

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Posted Aug. 27, 2015

We Need to Make Parents Part of the Conversation

It was my first year as a New York City middle school teacher, on a staff development day, and I…

By Seth Litt

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Posted Dec. 8, 2017

Teachers Are Ready to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline But They Need the Trump Administration’s Help

2.6 million. That is the number of children suspended from U.S. public schools in one calendar year—2.6 million. That data, released in 2014 by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for…

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Posted Dec. 7, 2017

This Video of Denver DREAMers Challenged Me to Check My Privilege

Being the “Type A,” driven overachiever that I am, I tend to be a planner—often, to a fault. As the daughter of a Purdue grad,…

By Chyrise Harris

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Posted Dec. 7, 2017

How Quincy Patterson Became Virginia Tech’s First Quarterback to Major in Engineering

If you follow Chicago’s high school football scene, you probably already know Quincy Patterson, the Solorio High School quarterback who drew lots of attention from…

By Maureen Kelleher

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