Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

Discovering Forgotten Black Stories: Anger, Pride, And Determination

I was rushing to catch a plane last year when a piece of Black history stopped me in my tracks at an airport bookstore: a book titled American Sirens: The Incredible Story of the Black Men who Became...

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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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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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anti-racism

Black Teachers Make Their Colleagues Better Educators of Black Students

Black teachers are powerful. Black teachers propel the learning and broader success of their students. New research shows that they also improve the racial competency of their white colleagues....

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education policy

2024 is the Year to End Hair Politics In Schools

When stories of hair politics go viral, people are outraged for a moment, but the student at the center of the incident is quickly forgotten and the masses move on to the next topic to rage about....

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School Choice

Parents' Rights, School Choice, Anti-Racism Will Grab Headlines in '24

A presidential election year is fast approaching, meaning social media channels and news feeds already awash with negativity about education-related issues will only become more treacherous places...

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