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Rush Revere: Victor Vanquished by Tiny Bookstore?
“American children are growing up with a distorted sense of reality: white children see themselves reflected endlessly” in children’s books, says author and activist Zetta
Paucity of Education Research? Not so, Mr. Gates!
Head-Spinning Assertions The Common Core State Standards, heralded by proponents as “universal, consistent, high quality standards that make students college and career ready,” are, instead,
Investment in Young Children Lags Behind Need
Federal and state investment in the welfare of young children is not keeping pace with need, according to a November report from the Center for
Crack and Schools in Southeast DC, 1985-1995
A history student from American University is doing research on the rise of crack in DC in the late 80s and early 90s, with a
Liberate or Domesticate? A conversation on segregation & civil rights, schools & purpose
Dr. Jesse Turner, Director of the Central Connecticut State University Literacy Center and leader in the Save Our Schools contingent, “50th Anniversary March for Civil