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Posted Jan. 19, 2018

My New Bowflex Helped Me Realize That Politicians Won’t Stand Up for Kids Unless We Make Them

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo delivered her State of the State address earlier this week. She is beginning the final year of her first term.…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Jan. 16, 2018

3 Ways You Can Make an Impact on Your Kid’s School

The definition of “power” is the ability to act. Many times the word can be intimidating. I want you to stop and think of all the…

By Melissa Albarenga

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Posted Jan. 11, 2018

You Don’t Have to Tell Me About the Achievement Gap, I Live It

Have you ever heard of the achievement gap? Many minority students, such as African-Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans usually fall lower in test scores and grades…

By Ayden Clayton

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Posted Jan. 9, 2018

I Don’t Know If Oprah Will Run For President, But I Know She’d Do a Hell of a Lot for Education

Oprah Winfrey’s name has been buzzing (alongside #TimesUp) this week with speculation flying wildly from all corners about a potential run for president in 2020.…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Jan. 5, 2018

5 Truths That Prove Charter Schools Aren’t Causing Segregation

The Associated Press recently published an analysis that claims charter schools increase segregation in America’s public schools. Charter schools are public schools operated by independent organizations, usually…

By Emily Langhorne

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Posted Jan. 3, 2018

I Wish My Learning Had Been More Personalized, So I Focus on Every Student’s Individual Needs Now

My education experience before college might feel common to many students: I saw it as a waste of my precious time. I went to a…

By Brian Bordieri

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Posted Jan. 3, 2018

We Knew the School Wasn’t Working for Our Kids So We Fixed It

There is something oddly beautiful about realizing that something isn’t right with education in your community. I have never been one to shine light on…

By Lamont Douglas

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Posted Jan. 3, 2018

We Need Parents as Empowered Partners in School Discipline Policies

I struggle a lot when meeting with parents this time of the year. I always have. I cringe in meetings when parents tell their children…

By Ashe Jones

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Posted Jan. 2, 2018

She Goes Into Battle Every Day to Fight for Better, Safer Schools in Connecticut

There is a warrior for children in Connecticut who battles day after day, year after year, on their behalf. She fights for better schools. She…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Dec. 22, 2017

Got Questions About Education Reform? I’ve Heard Them All.

As I travel around the country on a 24-city book tour, giving talks and meeting with education reform leaders and activists, I get a lot…

By David Osborne

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Posted Jan. 19, 2018

You Can Keep Your School Choice Debate. I’m Choosing the Best Option for My Child.

Growing up, I was TPS (Toledo Public Schools) proud! I have been a staunch advocate for public schools throughout my career, and yet, I took…

By Kelisa Wing

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Posted Jan. 17, 2018

Coffee Break: Kenya Bradshaw on How to Know When a School Is Doing Family Engagement Right

I recently had a chance to talk with The New Teacher Project’s Kenya Bradshaw. We talked about which school districts are doing things right, how…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Jan. 17, 2018

We Need a Place to Start Teaching Kids About Sexual Consent. And School Can Be It.

I will tell you that when I read about Aziz Ansari’s “date” gone wrong, my first thought was, “This woman needs to learn how to…

By Maureen Kelleher

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