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Posted Aug. 23, 2018

Why Waste Time With School, Just Send Black Kids Right to Jail

Outrage: Just Send Black Kids Right to Jail Clinton Stanley Sr. couldn’t understand. “You deny a kid an education on his hair?” This was Clinton…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Aug. 8, 2018

This School Year Let’s Treat Our Teachers Like Celebrities

My father was a high school teacher for 30 years. My earliest memories are of him returning home in the evening after a long day…

By Ryan E. Hill

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Posted May 16, 2018

These 12 States Are Being Sued for Not Funding Schools Equitably

As teacher strikes bring attention to underfunded public schools, families and education advocates are suing to compel states to uphold statutory or constitutional obligations on education funding.…

By Cortney Sanders

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Posted May 14, 2018

Here’s Why Thousands of North Carolina Teachers Are Taking a Personal Day This Week

North Carolina teachers plan to hold a “March for Students and Rally for Respect” on May 16—the first day of the new legislative session—to protest…

By Michael Leachman

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Posted Apr. 30, 2018

In Arizona, We Are Walking Out for Our Students

I love my profession. I love my colleagues. I love my students. But I have become so hurt by the situation that exists in my…

By John-David Bowman

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Posted Apr. 27, 2018

These Teachers of the Year Stand Up in Support of Teachers Fighting for a Living Wage

A tide is sweeping across the nation. We are witnessing a new wave of teacher activism unfolding, state by state. West Virginia teachers were the…

By 2017 State Teachers of the Year

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Posted June 5, 2017

How States Are Approaching School Accountability

For the most part, what states measure for school quality has already been decided by federal law under the Every Student Succeeds Act. Every state,…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Apr. 4, 2017

I’m Becoming a Doctor So I Can Go Back Home and Serve the Navajo Nation

I’m wrapping up my first year of medical school and while it’s been pretty hard, it’s all going to be worth it when I can…

By Trey Begaye

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Posted June 13, 2016

Why Latinos Can’t Be Left Out in the Race Towards College Degrees

There is little doubt that a post-secondary degree or certificate is a key to success in our increasingly knowledge-driven economy. More and more industries are…

By Rich Nickel

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Posted May 31, 2016

Education Reform Advocacy Is About Addition Not Subtraction

Last week a long-simmering debate about which kinds of diversity—ideological, political, socioeconomic, racial or ethnic—should matter most in our education reform community boiled over into…

By Martín Pérez

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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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