André-Tascha G. R. Lammé

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Director of Digital Engagement, StudentsFirst

Sacramento, California

A software engineer for over 20 years, André-Tascha currently serves as the director of digital engagement for StudentsFirst overseeing digital communications and web development. Previously, he has developed software and managed digital communications in diverse industries from agriculture to accounting to energy.

A husband and a father, he resides in Sacramento, California.

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Posted Aug. 27, 2015

Here’s Why Twitter Rankings Don’t Work

At the tail end of summer each year, Michael Petrilli, president of the education think tank Thomas B. Fordham Institute,…

By André-Tascha G. R. Lammé

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Posted July 23, 2015

College for All: I Learned It the Hard Way

We all have regrets about actions taken or not taken, opportunities we bypassed, things we did not consider important but…

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Posted May 21, 2019

Here’s One Thing You Can Do Right Now to Defend the Rights of Black Families in California

I don’t know about you, but I can’t just sit by and watch. It’s time for action. The latest battleground in the national war on…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted May 20, 2019

In 2016 I Gave Money to the Bernie Campaign. Now I’ll Be Damned If I Give a Single Penny.

In 2016, I gave money to the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign. It was and remains the first and only time I have ever given a…

By Zachary Wright 

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Posted May 21, 2019

They’re Trying to Ban Charter Schools in California. Here’s Why That Matters.

About two years ago this time I had to write an explainer piece when the NAACP pushed for a moratorium on public charter schools. The…

By Ikhlas Saleem

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