2020 Presidential Election

Posted June 29, 2021

5 Tips to Rid Your School Faculty of Racists

The insurrection of January 6, 2021 was a dark day in our nation’s history. What makes it even darker is that public servants took part…

By Rann Miller

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Posted Nov. 13, 2020

Don’t Mistake Black Voter Turnout as Renewed Faith in the Democratic Party. Y’all Owe Us Bigly.

The presidential election had me so stressed that I had to run my ass across the border to the beaches and palm trees in Mexico…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Nov. 12, 2020

Mr. Biden, Will You Stand Up for Every Child, or Just Be Another Politician?

Dear Mr. President-elect Biden,  You have given us all a welcomed message: I pledge to be a president who does not see red or blue states,…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Nov. 12, 2020

The Pandemic Has Only Underscored the Unfair Burden That Schools Shoulder

Joe Biden’s election and this week’s good news about several coronavirus vaccine candidates are massive developments in a months-long debate over how our schools should…

By Matt Repka

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Posted Nov. 9, 2020

Who Will Be the Next Secretary of Education? Here’s a Different Take.

Even before President-elect Joe Biden offered his inspiring remarks to the nation this weekend, the social media posts declaring, “Bye, Betsy” clearly signaled that the…

By Patrick Riccards

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Posted Nov. 9, 2020

The Elections Are Over, But Education Politics Aren’t. Are You Ready?

Elections have consequences. This phrase is often cited, and in the wake of last week’s elections, I find myself alongside other educators, reeling in the…

By Camille Jones

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Posted Nov. 8, 2020

An Election Alone Fixes Nothing. So, What’s Next?

The people of the United States have voted to replace Donald Trump with Joe Biden. It is the first step in repairing the massive rifts…

By Michael Soskil

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Posted Oct. 26, 2020

Rev. Sharpton: Education Problems Are a ‘Five-Alarm’ Fire

Now would be a good time to listen to Rev. Al Sharpton. You didn’t see that coming. Me, of all people, pointing to a left-of-center…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Oct. 22, 2020

The Real Action on Education Happens When You #VoteLocal

Every four years, millions of teachers are, once again, disappointed and disillusioned when education gets the short end of the stick. Nothing more than a…

By Kwame Sarfo-Mensah

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Posted Oct. 7, 2020

How to Teach Students About Political Debates

With elections around the corner, political opponents all around the country are sparring off against one another in televised debates. This includes, but is not…

By Andrew Pillow

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Posted Dec. 1, 2021

When Charters Grow From Communities, They Can and Do Increase Equity

BES (Build, Excel, Sustain) started its Fellowship program 20 years ago to support school leaders with the preparation and professional development they needed to design,…

By Aasimah Navlakhi

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Posted Dec. 1, 2021

The Gifted and Talented Debates Aren’t About Rigor, They’re About Access

An interesting, complicated, and rather polarizing trend is going around in American education, and it has to do with special admission schools and the designation…

By Zachary Wright 

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Posted Dec. 7, 2021

Want to Stop the Spread? Close Bars and Let Kindergartners Eat Inside

As we enter the second winter of COVID, we know that cases will rise as people spend more time indoors and gather for the holidays.…

By Arthur Samuels

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