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Posted Sep. 13, 2017

New York Times Makes AP Courses Sound Like a Waste for Low-Income Students of Color, Here’s What They Missed

The New York Times Magazine has its eye on education in America with its latest issue, but it has blinders on. Alina Tugend’s piece on…

By Rob Samuelson

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Posted Sep. 12, 2017

All the Black Kids Are Still Sitting Together in the Cafeteria

I attended a predominantly Latino grammar school. We were all friends for the most part—the Black students, Mexican students and the few White students that…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Sep. 7, 2017

From Michael to Chloe, Sukriti to Rahim, Every Student’s Name Is Important

As teachers head back to school, and move from learning who students are on paper to who they are as people, we must make the…

By Matt Batesky

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Posted Aug. 23, 2017

Chicago’s Solorio High School Showed Me Exactly the Kind of Teacher I Want to Be

What I loved about Solorio was that I really got to know the teachers. Teachers wouldn’t talk down to us. It wasn’t lecture style. We…

By Jonathan Patino

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Posted May 9, 2017

Stop Pushing Girls Out of the Classroom and Just ‘Let Her Learn’

Every day girls are being pushed out of the classroom. Some of them are unseen. Many of them are unheard. And too often they are…

By Kayla Patrick

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Posted Mar. 22, 2017

When the Only Real Choice Is Private: My Unlikely Attraction to School Vouchers

I felt that the free education my daughter was getting was just too expensive. I needed to find a school that would start filling her academic gaps while also providing culturally responsive pedagogy.…

By Marilyn Rhames

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Posted Mar. 10, 2017

When Immigrant Families Are Too Afraid to Show Up to School, We Must Act

Imagine yourself at 6 years old, likely in first grade. You get on the bus or walk with your parents to school every day. When…

By Mary Moran

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Posted Dec. 30, 2016

Here’s What I Learned After My Son Faced Implicit Racial Bias in Kindergarten

What is implicit racial bias? Implicit bias is the unconscious associations and assumptions made between groups of people which affect the routine classroom and administrative…

By Marta Segura

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Posted Nov. 15, 2016

Remember When I Said Trump Wouldn’t Have a Bigly Effect on Our Schools? I Was Wrong.

Last Wednesday I went to my daughter’s school to celebrate her second-grade teacher’s recent wedding. But it was a hard day for celebrating. When we…

By Maureen Kelleher

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Posted Nov. 14, 2016

Give Nevada Credit for Facing Some Hard Truths About Its Schools

This is the second part in a three-part series on Nevada’s successes and struggles to turnaround its school system over the next five years. Read…

By Brett Barley

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Posted Sep. 20, 2017

My Name Is Chyrise Harris and This Is Why I’m Fighting for Better Public Schools

Three years ago this month, my dad passed away. Growing up in Indiana, he attended both the segregated and integrated schools of the Gary Community…

By Chyrise Harris

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Posted Sep. 19, 2017

Do I Really Have to Live in an All-White Neighborhood for My Kids to Get a Good Education?

I grew up in Queens (St. Albans), New York, and attended Andrew Jackson High School in the early ’90s. My family, who migrated to New…

By Lisa Petgrave-Nelson

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Posted Sep. 19, 2017

7 Days Before Graduation My Student Disappeared, But That’s Not What Made Me Cry

I remember the first time I saw her walking down the school corridor like she owned the place. She did. She was known as the…

By Melissa Revuelta

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