How can the "success sequence" help kids beat any obstacle?

Ian Rowe, CEO of Public Prep schools in New York joins us to discuss his approach to helping low-income students beat the odds. His philosophy asserts that even in a world where racism, gender oppression, and discrimination exist, there is a not-so-secret set of actions we can teach our children that greatly increase their odds of being successful.

Posted by Citizen Ed on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Ian Rowe, CEO of Public Prep schools in New York joins us to discuss his approach to helping low-income students beat the odds. His philosophy asserts that even in a world where racism, gender oppression, and discrimination exist, there is a not-so-secret set of actions we can teach our children that greatly increase their odds of being successful.

This episode touches on some controversial ideas around the connection between children being born out-of-wedlock and educational outcomes. Watch the video above and leave a comment, is this something schools should be focusing on?

Chris Stewart is the Chief Executive Officer of Education Post, a media project of the Results in Education Foundation. He is a lifelong activist and 20-year supporter of nonprofit and education-related causes. Stewart has served as the director of outreach and external affairs for Education Post, the executive director of the African American Leadership Forum (AALF), and an elected member of the Minneapolis Public Schools Board of Education.

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