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Posted July 20, 2018

Why Reopening Emmett Till’s Case Still Won’t Give Our Black Boys Justice

I could never forget first seeing Emmett Till’s body if I wanted to. I don’t think I was more than 10 years old. The photo…

By James E. Ford

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Posted Dec. 13, 2017

You Keep Using That Word ‘Segregation.’ It Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means.

We’ve spent the past week trying to decipher the motivations behind a recent Associated Press article that claims charter schools are encouraging segregation solely by…

By Trish Dziko, Kimberly Smith

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Posted Dec. 11, 2017

Stop Talking About Charter Schools and Focus on What’s Really Causing Segregation

A recent report from The Associated Press has been turning heads about the link between charter schools and segregation. According to the report, “charter schools…

By Garris Landon Stroud

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Posted Dec. 5, 2017

Is Integration Your Silver Bullet? Time to Get Real.

Hey, guess what? That whole school reform thing? They’ve figured it out. That’s right, it turns out all students can achieve, excel academically and grow…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Dec. 4, 2017

Statement on The Associated Press Report on Segregation and Charter Schools

Just this weekend, the Associated Press (AP) released a story suggesting that charter schools that are chosen by and serving predominantly students of color are contributing to the “segregation” of public schools. Education Post believes that parents deserve the freedom to choose the school that works best for their children. Below are quotes from Education Post's network of advocates and parents who tend to agree. The AP story…

By Rob Samuelson

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Posted Jan. 20, 2016

Was There Too Much Coverage of Friedrichs? @SchoolLawBlog Says No

Mark Walsh is the only journalist that I know of who focuses on education-related Supreme Court cases, though his writing at EdWeek (@SchoolLawBlog) and on SCOTUSblog. So it was great to get Walsh’s take on last week’s big Supreme Court case and on media coverage of school law cases in general. https://twitter.com/SchoolLawBlog/status/686635083059429376 (See my previous post on this: How to Be  Smart Supreme Court Coverage…

By Alexander Russo

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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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