Newark’s Class of 2018: The Return on the Promise, Charters are Changing Lives

I love this time of year! I get to cheer on our young people as they embark on the next phase of...

Always Smile at Babies: Lessons From My Father

Perhaps the most important act a father can do for their child, is to inspire them. Inspire them...

Excuse me, what did you call my child?

The week before last I had the opportunity to speak with hundreds of Louisiana school teachers who...

Education doesn’t need any more phony fists, plastic dashikis, or revolutions that won’t be funded

Let’s have some family talk about the one thing your revolution gets wrong all day long:...

School Discipline is Trapped in the 19th Century

Several years ago, a school superintendent in western Tennessee tried to ban corporal punishment...

Civil Rights Coalition, Lawmakers to DeVos: Clarify You Understand the Law and Will Protect Immigrant Children

"It is imperative that you immediately make clear publicly, to children, their families, and...

How to Survive Being Black at a Southern Ivy League School

This post was written by Abi Mbaye, and originally ran on the Second Line Blog. Recently, a Black...

Always Smile at Babies: Lessons From My Father

Always Smile at Babies: Lessons From My Father

FacebookTwitterPerhaps the most important act a father can do for their child, is to inspire them. Inspire them to strive for greatness, to make something of themselves, and to work toward leaving a...

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