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In This War to Educate Black and Brown Kids, Are You in or Are You Out?

Recently, Nick Hanauer wrote an article for the Atlantic titled Better Schools Won’t Fix America, where his main
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Why We Should Be Concerned About White Families Choosing Private Schools Over Public

Traditional wisdom says that the public-school system should at least resemble the metropolitan area that it serves. In
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Here's Why You Should Consider Helping Your Child's Teacher Cover out of Pocket Expenses

Now that July has begun, so begins the teacher prep and funds appropriation for the upcoming school year. Each academic
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Colin Kaepernick Reminds Us That the 4th of July Isn’t Independence Day for Everyone

Ever since Colin Kaepernick decided to kneel in an NFL preseason game about three years ago, his mission has been the
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This Photo of a Proud Brother Hugging His Sister at Her Pre-K Graduation Is Going Viral

I was having a tough day. I had just finished up creating a graphic celebrating the birthday of Tamir Rice. He
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How Pro-School Choice Democrats Should Be Fighting for More Educational Options for Families

School choice is already a hot button issue and it is only going to heat up during election season. Charter schools and
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When Will Juneteenth Come for Black Students Trapped in Failing Schools?

Juneteenth, a holiday celebration I didn’t learn about until I was an adult, is celebrated annually to commemorate
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I've Never Been a Writer But Losing My 13-Year-Old Daughter to Suicide Has Changed That

Grief is not what I expected it to be. My experience after losing my only child—my daughter—to suicide can only be
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OPINION: Teachers Are Not a Monolith and We Should Stop Speaking About Them Like They Are

As a former teacher and school committee member and as the mother of three school-aged children, the lazy and often

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