In this episode, Lane and Ikhlas sit down with Chris Stewart and Tanesha Peeples to discuss the new brightbeam report: The Secret Shame: How America’s Most Progressive Cities Betray Their Commitment to Educational Opportunity For All. You'll learn why we need to call out progressives about education inequity, how to hold local politicians accountable for education inequity issues, and what regular people can do to make a difference in their city. [spp-player url=http://traffic.libsyn.com/voices4ed/34_-_Education_Post_-_Progressive_Cities.mp3] [spp-tweet tweet="“It’s not about doing great things, it’s about having great outcomes. And if your outcomes aren’t great, everything else is wrong.” – Chris Stewart"]
Why call out progressives about education inequity?
How the report makes Chris feel as a parent
How to hold local politicians accountable for education inequity problems
The possible impacts of the report
How to get the political class to treat opportunity gaps with urgency
What regular people can do to make a difference in their city
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