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Posted Oct. 13, 2017

Here’s How Today’s Schools Can Evolve to Prepare Kids for the Jobs of Tomorrow

The key three factors most likely to change the nature of future work are: artificial intelligence/robots, demographic changes and concentration of talent in certain locations,…

By Chyrise Harris, Maureen Kelleher

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Posted May 10, 2017

Why Poor College Kids Like Us Need to Start Asking for the Help We Need

Growing up, my parents embedded the ideology that I should be happy and grateful for what I have. My mother would say, “Aunque seamos pobres,…

By Guillermo Camarillo

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Posted Apr. 5, 2017

WATCH: This New Jersey Teen Was Just Accepted Into All 8 Ivy League Schools

17-year-old Ifeoma White-Thorpe has been accepted to all 8 Ivy League schools and Stanford. “Harvard, Yale, Columbia, UPenn, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Princeton and Stanford,” said…

By Mike “Orie” Mosley

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Posted Oct. 6, 2016

As NAACP Vote on Charter Moratorium Nears, Some Background on How Popular and Effective Charter Schools Are for African-American Families

The NAACP National Board has scheduled an Oct. 15 vote on a proposed moratorium on charter schools, which are publicly funded, accessible and accountable schools…

By Michael Vaughn

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Posted June 17, 2016

Virtual Charter Schools Are Failing Students. Here’s Some Solutions.

It’s no secret: I think charter schools need to be watched like a hawk to make sure they’re giving kids the best possible opportunity to…

By Valentina Payne

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Posted Nov. 11, 2015

Here’s Why Hillary’s Comments on Charter Schools Have Me Concerned

Over the weekend, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton responded to a question on charter schools from TV One host Roland Martin in a way that, for…

By Charles Barone

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Posted Aug. 7, 2020

James Baldwin’s ‘Talk to Teachers’ Is Just as Relevant Today

As I sit here, processing my thoughts on the severity of events that are currently grappling our nation, I reflect on the historical circumstances that…

By Jorge Santos

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Posted Aug. 3, 2020

Today Should Have Been Our First Day of School

For 14 years I have taught math at the same high school. The entirety of my career—three thousand students, eighty classes, 13 preps, five rooms,…

By Jay Wamsted

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Posted Aug. 6, 2020

White Teachers, Our Whiteness Is Getting in Our Way

Since the murder of George Floyd, teacher leaders across America have sought to prove the necessity of antiracism in public education. And rightly so: from…

By Tate Aldrich

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