Gender Gap

Posted Apr. 27, 2020

If It’s Important for Girls to Lead, Let’s Make It a Priority at School

Coronavirus has given us little to celebrate. My hope is that one of the silver linings during this crisis is that all students, but especially…

By ShaRhonda Knott-Dawson

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Posted Jan. 24, 2018

After the Women’s March I Had to Write the Social Worker at My Daughter’s School

This year, the Women’s March was all about the signs. As one of about 300,000 people marching through downtown Chicago last Saturday, I made sure…

By Maureen Kelleher

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Posted May 1, 2017

I Will Stop at Nothing to Become an African-American Female Computer Scientist

This post is part of a series of posts celebrating students who are making it to and through college with the support of the KIPP…

By Jenari Mitchell

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Posted Apr. 28, 2016

OK, I Love Technology in the Classroom, But Here Are Some Things We Can’t Forget

Which innovations should the future president of the United States promote in schools across America? I answered that question on camera for the Center for…

By Marilyn Rhames

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Posted Mar. 31, 2016

Enough About the Boys, Our Girls Aren’t Reaching Their Full Potential

The focus on the many struggles boys face in school often leaves girls out of the conversation. While many assume that girls are doing fine…

By Kayla Patrick

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Posted Mar. 10, 2015

Dear Lord, Stop These Liberals From Awfulizing My Kids

More than two decades teaching in hardscrabble Oakland public schools have taught Anthony Cody to view urban kids with pity. That’s my assessment after reading…

By Chris Stewart

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OUR NETWORK

Featured Posts

Posted May 27, 2020

George Floyd’s Death Was Murder, Plain and Simple

As part of my job as an educator, I have, at times, had to restrain teenagers. I was trained to do so. It is my…

By Derek Davidson

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Posted May 29, 2020

Teachers Must Hold Themselves Accountable for Dismantling Racial Oppression

This week began with a hike in the woods for my family and me in the Shenandoah Valley State Park. Pre COVID-19, our outings consisted…

By Kelisa Wing

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Posted May 28, 2020

Without Internet Access, Our Most Vulnerable Children Are Locked Outside the Digital Schoolhouse Door

Philadelphia’s problem is America’s problem. If you want to go to school, see a doctor, apply for a job, enroll in training or receive government…

By Dirk Tillotson

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