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Stockton Schools Initiative is a coalition of students, families & community members working to improve educational outcomes for Stockton students
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Stockton Schools Initiative Sep 18
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Stockton Schools Initiative Sep 18
Congrats thank you for your service
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Stockton Schools Initiative Sep 18
We are excited to be partnering with our Mayor for National Voter Regsition Month... launched its Cap, Gown, Vote! in cities across the country. Cap, Gown, Vote! is an initiative aimed at increasing voter registration among high school students
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Stockton Schools Initiative Sep 17
Join the Xicana Collective this Friday for a great evening
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Stockton Schools Initiative Sep 17
We are looking forward to hearing from tomorrow about racial tolerance and cultural change.
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Stockton Unified Sep 16
Edison High's mariachi band, choir, cheer team, and leadership students helped welcome into the Stockton Community this morning!
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Stockton Schools Initiative Sep 17
Check out this powerful report by !!
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Mike Klocke Sep 14
at the Annual Dialogue on early childhood literacy.
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Masha Chernyak Sep 14
The working poor— now 60% of all Latinos in California. Most troubling, workers who struggle with poverty don’t engage civically. What does this mean for our democracy?
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EdInsights Center Sep 13
We must have comprehensive and continuous equity research.
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Jay Jordan Sep 14
There are more with old than the entire population of all of these countries COMBINED! This is devastating considering we face over 40k legal barriers to jobs, housing, and education because of these old convictions
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Mike Klocke Sep 14
Beyond Our Gates’ Annual Dialogue on early childhood literacy begins soon at DeRosa Center.
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Stockton Schools Initiative Sep 14
We are here kicking off our morning with at the annual building literacy beyond our gates dialogues
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Michael Tubbs Sep 13
Leadership is the art of patient urgency and forceful restraint.
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Mariah Sep 13
Feeling very grateful to be among so many equity-minded advocates at !
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Stockton Schools Initiative Sep 13
Kicking the morning off with edtrustwest at the stay updated and follow our Twitter - for best practices and updates from experts across the state…
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Education Trust—West Sep 13
"Put yourself in places that are uncomfortable in order to advocate for systems that support our students." Thank you for this urgent call to action.
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Christopher J. Nellum Sep 13
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Civil rights activist Robert L. Carter explaining how Mendez v Westminster helped him and Thurgood Marshall strategize for Brown v Education.
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Juana Hernandez Sep 13
. (): “Why is it that remains at the periphery when these are the majority of students in California? [...] Our systems need to be designed for them”
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Juana Hernandez Sep 13
Sylvia Mendez shares how Mendez vs Westminster case ended de jure segregation in California public schools but how, as she visits schools across the state, she continues to see the impact of de facto segregation
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