Christalyn Solomon

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Christalyn Solomon is the founder and principal of Solomon Public Relations, LLC a PR firm specializing in providing communication and branding solutions for organizations that wish to inspire positive social change.

Solomon is a media-related member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and previously served as a communications intern for the Congressional Black Caucus in Washington, D.C. She is also the founder of Lovely Accomplished Ladies Inc. a non-profit organization which aims to empower teen girls through service.

Solomon earned her B.A. in public relations from Hampton University.

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Posted Jan. 19, 2017

Principals From Charter and District Schools Come Together to Better Serve Students

A recent article in U.S. News and World Report highlighted the importance of charter-district collaboration and encouraged the incoming Trump…

By Christalyn Solomon

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Posted Nov. 11, 2019

While We Get Lost in the Wrong Arguments, Too Many of Our Kids Aren’t Ready for the Future

As a Generation Xer, I was sold the dream in the 1990s that one day we would all telecommute to work, execute our daily duties…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Nov. 11, 2019

We Need a New Way of Talking About Students Who Face Barriers Erected by Adults and Sustained by Broken Systems

I bring John, David, Ana and Sally into every training, strategy session and decision-making room I occupy.  Well, actually I bring their stories, to remind…

By Cami Anderson

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Posted Nov. 5, 2019

It’s Time for Chicago and Its Teachers Union to Collaborate and Win for Kids

After 11 days on the picket line, Chicago public school teachers are back at work and there’s plenty of chest-beating and navel-gazing underway.  Speculation is…

By Peter Cunningham

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