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Stop Blaming Charter Schools for the Failures of Traditional Public Schools

Let’s please stop blaming charter schools for school failure.  I know we’re easy targets, but I assure you that
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Trump Wants to Build a Wall. So do Philadelphia's Suburban School Districts

Affluent people love their walls. They’re willing to spend tons of money to create a barrier between them and people
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College Admission Scandal Shows How Wealthy Families Continue to Game the System

If you know anything about the fight for educational equity in this country, you know that many people feel like the
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Why I Love Being a Black Woman

Black women are the earth you live on yet destroy, the god you revere yet crucify, and the organic food you need yet
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Recent Racial Gaffes Show the Need for Diversity Among Decision Makers

Discussions about diversity in the workplace are usually met with audible moans and groans. Many people simply get
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A New Meaning to "White Lies"

Hard truth: lying is a part of being human. Big lies, small lies, lies of commission and omission; If there is one
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Black History Month Should Be a Time to Study, Learn from and Resurrect 'Black Wall Streets'

When I was in college 16 years ago, I learned about "Black Wall Streets" that existed in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Durham, North
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“Dear Student, You’re White”

This article first appeared on the Teaching While White website. It is reprinted here with permission of the
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Why More Teachers Will Strike (And Why Some Probably Won’t)

Denver Public School teachers just went back to work after a week-long battle with the district. No sooner than that

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