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All4Ed Aug 16
Get examples & strategies to improve college persistence among students of color in this webinar on Monday @ 2pm with our expert panel ’s , ’s , , & . Register:
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All4Ed Aug 9
What does data say about high school success and postsecondary enrollment for first-generation college students? Find out in this brief from :
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Lynn Clapper May 17
“My challenge is that I’m a black girl in America,” says 12th grader Johnique, 65 years after . Listen to Johnique’s voice and then lend yours using .
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Natalie Osborne Smith, EdD Jun 17
Replying to @smithno2
When ALL children experience rigorous coursework and when they all develop CCR skills, then children have a chance to succeed at life. The gap closes. Chk out the intentional work in AR, TX, and IN.
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Diverse Charters Jul 26
Sixty-five years after Brown v. Board, what is our biggest challenge? And what is your biggest hope? John B. King Jr. gives us his:
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Natalie Osborne Smith, EdD Jun 17
Replying to @smithno2
Historically disadvantaged populations are less likely to graduate with a college and career ready diploma than their peers in some states. Access to rigorous academic and skills is critical to becoming a thoughtful citizen. Kids deserve better.
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Miranda Johnson May 20
What a beautiful and inspiring tribute to the promise left unfulfilled as we commemorate the 65th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Ed. Take a moment out of your day to listen to and reflect on Johnique's poem.
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Jean-Claude Brizard May 22
I’m inspired by Johnique's poem, “The Deep End,” a call to action to expand equity as we celebrate the 65th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education. (Via )
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Deb Delisle Aug 16
Thanks- check out our Brown v Board initiative- - join us-
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R. Tutwiler Fortune May 21
Inspiring Voices on : "My challenge is that I'm a black girl in America. My hope is that one day that won't matter."
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CommunitiesInSchools Jun 18
More than 2,000 of America’s public high schools are graduating two-thirds or fewer of their students, and most of the students in these schools are African American, Latino, and low-income.
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All4Ed Aug 15
African American students’ rate of college persistence is more than 11 percentage points lower than their white peers. How can & educators ensure students of color have the resources they need to be successful?
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All4Ed Aug 1
New analysis explores how school district borders create race and revenue gaps — creating a system of winners and losers.
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All4Ed Jul 31
"My challenge is that many schools in the U.S. are more segregated today than they were even ten or twenty years ago." shares his challenge & hope 65 years after .
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PPS_National Jul 29
In this video by , learn more about how federal funding provided to school districts through Title I of the Every Student Succeeds Act can be used to support college in high school programs.
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FourPoint Education Partners Jul 18
. is running a campaign to examine reform strategies that lead to success in postsecondary education for ALL students—the high performers and the students in need of additional support.
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Learning Policy Inst Jul 10
Performance assessments are a great strategy to help high school students develop skills for college and career success. Check out this video about performance assessments to learn more!
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Tom Murray Jun 23
If you’re at , listening to the Leadership Forum anti-racism panel conversation, check out our work at .
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Deb Delisle Jun 18
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