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Posted Aug. 12, 2016

These Are the New York City High School Students That Helped Passed a Resolution on Climate Change

As a climate science advocate, I am always surprised to meet individuals who can’t explain the difference between weather and climate. There is a clear knowledge…

By Charles Orgbon III

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Posted July 14, 2016

With These Graduation Rates, Oregon’s Got Nothing to Be Proud Of

People here are proud of Oregon, especially of its natural beauty and progressive politics. And my sense is that if you took a poll, most…

By Iris Maria Chávez

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Posted June 7, 2016

Calling Out Colorado’s Attempt at ‘Sleight of Hand’ on School Accountability

The District of Columbia-based Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights yesterday issued a blistering statement about the Colorado Department of Education’s proposed changes to…

By Michael Vaughn

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Posted Nov. 3, 2015

Another Reason It’s Not About Charter Vs District Schools: There’s No Monopoly On Challenging Students With Educational Opportunities

CRPE's Michael DeArmond digs into the data in their recent report, "Measuring Up: Educational Improvement and Opportunity in 50 Cities," to learn a little more about what the 'Beating the Odds' schools - those schools in which disadvantaged students were equally challenged and exposed to high-quality opportunities. He finds that it's easy to identify the cities with more of these schools than others, but it's less clear whether we should expect…

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Posted Jan. 17, 2018

VIDEO: One of the Greatest Threats to Our Black Students Is the Teachers Who Don’t Believe in Them

Slowly education activists of every stripe are warming to this reality: There is no way to improve education without putting key stakeholders—students, parents and educators—at…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Jan. 16, 2018

3 Ways You Can Make an Impact on Your Kid’s School

The definition of “power” is the ability to act. Many times the word can be intimidating. I want you to stop and think of all the…

By Melissa Albarenga

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Posted Jan. 16, 2018

Going Beyond MLK’s ‘Dream’ and Getting Uncomfortable in the Classroom

In third grade, I remember learning about Martin Luther King. We listened to his “I Have A Dream Speech.” We read about Rosa Parks and…

By Zachary Wright 

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