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Posted June 25, 2020

Here’s Why This Year’s AP Exams Never Should Have Happened

High school students are graduating into an uncertain world. As a high school physics teacher in Boston Public Schools (BPS), I have seen the many…

By Savannah Lodge-Scharff

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Posted Feb. 27, 2018

Here’s One Way We Could Keep More Black Male Educators in the Classroom

Does being me give me an advantage in my inner-city classroom? I often reflect on this question because every school year I learn from a…

By Francis Pina

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Posted Nov. 8, 2017

Coffee Break: Jared Joiner on Why Education Should Be the Leader in Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Jared Joiner is the executive director of strategy and communications for the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), where he ensures students have the tools…

By Katelyn Silva

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Posted May 30, 2017

This Teachers Union Might Have More in Common With President Trump Than They Think

The Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA) recently rejected the opportunity to offer congratulations to the National Teacher of the Year, Sydney Chaffee. Why? For the sole…

By Martha M. Walz

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Posted May 16, 2017

I Tell My Students They Are Safe From Immigration Raids in School. I Hope I’m Right.

Recent Department of Homeland Security (DHS) arrests in schools have rattled communities, prompting local leaders to speak out. Just last week in New York City,…

By Naomi Zuckerman

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Posted Feb. 2, 2017

Trump Is Wrong: Our Public Schools Are Not ‘Flush With Cash’

There were many parts of President Trump’s inaugural address that drew attention, but his description of the state of education in our nation was among…

By Sarah Zuckerman

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Posted Nov. 4, 2016

Yes, I am a Suburban White Mom and I Did Just Go There With Race and Charter Schools

In his latest burst of fragging, conservative school reformer Robert Pondiscio recently argued that social justice-minded school reformers have only themselves to blame if suburban…

By Tracy Dell’Angela

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Posted Nov. 3, 2016

Saving Boston’s Public School Children: Vote ‘Yes’ on Question 2

Education Post does not take a stance on electoral issues, but seeks to amplify the voices of those who support high-quality public school choices. Bloggers’…

By Ben Howe

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Posted Oct. 3, 2016

Vote ‘Yes’ for Better Educational Opportunities in Massachusetts

A volatile political issue in Massachusetts is the Nov. 8 election Question 2 on the ballot that permits the expansion of charter schools to 12…

By Melvin Miller

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Posted Sep. 28, 2016

The Immoral Charter Cap Battle in Massachusetts

The news that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has reversed her position on school choice and now opposes a ballot initiative to allow up to 12…

By Peter Cunningham

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Posted July 10, 2020

Black Lives Don’t Matter to Trump and DeVos. That’s Why They’re in a Hurry to Send Our Kids Back to School.

A few weeks ago, I watched my good friend’s nephew jump and tussle around on a trampoline with his friends at his eighth birthday party.…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted July 8, 2020

Donald Trump Will Never Give Us the Smart, Nuanced Conversation We Need About Going Back to School

As COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the end of the 2019-2020 school year, parents and politicians nationwide sang the praises of teachers across the country—and it…

By Lindsey Jensen

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Posted July 8, 2020

Black Girls Need Police-Free Schools

We are at a precipice. Advocates and school leaders in nearly 100 districts all over the country have called for the removal of police in…

By Nia Evans, Kayla Patrick

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