anti-racism

This year, I’m Black to the Future. | Black History Month 2024

Consider this lesser-known vignette from 1968: Captain Kirk, a white character, and Lieutenant Uhura, a black character, share an on-screen kiss in "Star Trek." At a time when 80 percent of Americans...

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artificial intelligence

How AI has become the new Excel for graduating college students

Microsoft Excel has often been touted as a mandatory skill for college students upon graduation in the digital era, with various industries across the globe requiring potential candidates to have a...

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EdTech

Literacy Ed Tech Can Provide Invaluable Support At Home

I taught middle school English for years. I was an elementary literacy coach and an elementary librarian. My sons really had no choice but to love reading and learn how to read. What if you aren’t a...

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Charter Schools

We Need To Be Clear About What School Choice Means

"Do not be silent; there is no limit to the power that may be released through you." - Howard Thurman It’s school choice week. For those fighting for the children who need choice the most, I salute...

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School Choice

Black Families Have a Long History of Using School Choice as Resistance to Racist and Inadequate School Systems

National School Choice Week is an independent public awareness effort spotlighting effective education options for children, including traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet...

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Charter Schools

Charter School Leaders, Silence Is Not Your Friend

I see it all the time, and it hurts my feelings. Charter school leaders who obsess over every detail of their educational strategies and have a heart for creatively meeting the needs of kids in their...

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