Ikhlas Saleem

Posted Dec. 29, 2017

11 Education Stories We Couldn’t Stop Reading in 2017

2017 was, let’s just say, a lot. And we couldn’t stop writing about it. From the selection of Betsy DeVos as education secretary to the…

By Ikhlas Saleem

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Posted Dec. 24, 2017

Episode 08: The Best and Worst Moments of 2017

On our last episode of 2017, we talk about the best and worst moments of the year. From politics to #metoo, from wonderful moments inside…

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Posted Dec. 15, 2017

Episode 07: Millennials in Education

Ikhlas goes to D.C. for a panel on millennials in education reform, hosted by the Fordham Institute, and speaks to Alyssa Schwenk, director of external…

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Posted Oct. 29, 2017

Episode 03: Why We Need More Black Male Educators (ft. Sharif El-Mekki and Vincent Cobb II)

Hear from Black male educators from around the country on why they came to The Inaugural National Black Male Educators Convening in Philly and what we can do to get more Black male educators in the classroom.…

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Posted Apr. 30, 2017

Highlighting Diversity in the Charter School Movement

There are a lot of myths about public charter schools, but one of the inescapable truths is that there is a growing cadre of educators…

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Posted Apr. 12, 2017

Coffee Break: Alisha Thomas Morgan on Running for Office at 22, the NAACP and Sundays With the Real Housewives

At 23 years old Alisha Thomas Morgan became the first African-American to represent Cobb County in the Georgia House of Representatives. During her 12 years…

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Posted Dec. 23, 2016

9 Stories of Parents Demanding Better Schools in 2016

Okay, so I’m not a parent—yet. But every day I read so many inspiring stories of parents from around the country demanding better schools for…

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Posted Dec. 20, 2016

Chicago’s Mayor Says It’s Time to Stop With the ‘False Choices.’ Parents Need Quality Choices.

In an opinion piece in The Washington Post, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel redirects our attention to parents in the hoopla of U.S. education secretary nominee…

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Posted Dec. 9, 2016

We Asked The White House’s David Johns About Black Student Achievement and Here’s What He Had to Say

David Johns, executive director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans, teamed up with Education Post for a Facebook Q&A this…

By Ikhlas Saleem

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Posted Dec. 6, 2016

How Do I Join Tonight’s Facebook Q&A With David Johns?

Tonight, December 6, at 7:30 PM ET on the Education Post Facebook Page we’re hosting a Q&A with David Johns, executive director of the White House Initiative…

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Posted Jan. 19, 2018

You Can Keep Your School Choice Debate. I’m Choosing the Best Option for My Child.

Growing up, I was TPS (Toledo Public Schools) proud! I have been a staunch advocate for public schools throughout my career, and yet, I took…

By Kelisa Wing

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Posted Jan. 17, 2018

Coffee Break: Kenya Bradshaw on How to Know When a School Is Doing Family Engagement Right

I recently had a chance to talk with The New Teacher Project’s Kenya Bradshaw. We talked about which school districts are doing things right, how…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Jan. 17, 2018

We Need a Place to Start Teaching Kids About Sexual Consent. And School Can Be It.

I will tell you that when I read about Aziz Ansari’s “date” gone wrong, my first thought was, “This woman needs to learn how to…

By Maureen Kelleher

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