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  • Civil/Human Rights
  • Democracy. Equality/Equity
  • Racial/Socioeconomic. [Poverty/Wealth]
  • Policies. Public versus Privatization
  • Developmentally Differentiated Curriculum and Assessment
2016-11-29T17:39:12+00:00

Deadly American Extremism: More White Than Muslim— The Numbers

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Everyday, somewhere in America people wait in long lines only to be patted down, or body scanned. We open our suitcases, empty our pockets, and place our computers, belts, and purses on a conveyor band. Instinctively [...]

2016-11-29T17:39:13+00:00

Feds Spent $3.3 Billion Fueling Charter Schools but No One Knows What It’s Really Bought

PRESS RELEASE | May 8, 2015Contact: Nikolina Lazic, 608-260-9713, nikolina@prwatch.org (Madison, WI)–The federal government has spent more than $3.3 billion over the past two decades creating and fueling the charter school industry, according to [...]

2016-11-29T17:39:17+00:00

5 Reasons Why Senator Alexander’s Education Bill [and What Is Today] Fails Communities of Color

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Earlier this month, Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) proposed a bill to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, or ESEA. The ESEA is seven years overdue for a reauthorization. The process presents an opportunity to improve [...]

2016-11-29T17:39:18+00:00

Rising to the Challenge or High School Graduates Feel Unprepared For College and Work

In November of 2014, Achieve a Hart Research independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit education reform organization, asked 1,347 High School graduates, "Do you feel prepared for college and work?" Did you "Rise to the Challenge and get a [...]

2016-11-29T17:39:19+00:00

The Racial Achievement Gap, Segregated Schools, and Segregated Neighborhoods – A Constitutional Insult

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Abstract Social and economic disadvantage – not only poverty, but a host of associated conditions – depresses student performance. Concentrating students with these disadvantages in racially and economically homogenous schools depresses [...]

2017-04-03T11:31:26+00:00

Immigration Reform and Education: Demystifying Mythologies about Latina/o Students

Abstract IN THIS PAPER, THE AUTHORS DECONSTRUCT COMMONLY HELD MYTHOLOGIES ABOUT IMMIGRATION to inform the critical discourse and support those educators who strive to be fair brokers of an inclusive educational system addressing the distinct needs of [...]