Rameisha Johnson

Guest Blogger

Navigator, EdNavigator

New Orleans, Louisiana

Rameisha “Ramie” Johnson is a New Orleans native, proud mom and former school counselor and enrollment advisor. She currently works as a Navigator for EdNavigator, a nonprofit organization that partners with employers to help families keep kids on track from pre-K to college.

She holds a BA in sociology and an M.Ed in school counseling from the University of New Orleans.

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Posted Mar. 23, 2016

This Bill Isn’t About Helping Students. It’s About Blaming Parents.

Mississippi is about to do something colossally asinine in the name of parent engagement. Here’s the story: Mississippi State Rep.…

By Rameisha Johnson

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Posted Feb. 26, 2016

Truth Is, I Don’t Want to Be a Helicopter Mom But What Are My Options?

“Hi! I’m Ra’Son’s mom, Ramie, nice to meet you.” It’s the same sentence I’ve uttered every August for the last…

By Rameisha Johnson

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Posted Dec. 7, 2018

Black Kids Don’t Need a Handout or a Shortcut, They Just Need Schools That Work

Outrage: Black Kids Are Dumb, Poor and Incapable of Success Do y’all remember the line from “The Color Purple,” “I’m poor, I’m Black…I may even…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Dec. 6, 2018

Why We Need to Stop Thinking About Students in Terms of Strengths and Weaknesses

My son is a freshman in high school and this felt like my first report card pick up all over again. While I have access…

By LeeAndra Khan

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Posted Dec. 7, 2018

D.C.’s School Report Cards Set a New Standard for Community Engagement

As parents dropping our children off at school, many of us may wonder, will they have a good day? Will they do their best? Will…

By Mike Magee

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