Teach Teachers How to Create Magic

What do rap shows, barbershop banter and Sunday services have in common? As…


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Nation’s Report Card Makes the Case for Expanding Schooling Options

Last week the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) 12th grade…


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Weiner: To Avert Further Learning Loss States Must Act Now to Gather Data About Students’ Access to Education

tate leaders have a crucial job right now: to go on an urgent fact-finding…


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BLACK CHILDREN CONTINUE TO BE PUSHED OUT OF AMERICAN SCHOOLS DURING PANDEMIC

In May 2020, amid the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and racial unrest spurred by…


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Do #BlackLivesMatter in Schools?

A growing body of researchers have identified the intersection between…


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Virtual suspensions. Mask rules. More trauma.

Schools across the country have promised that they will focus on addressing…


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Research Brief: Models of Success

This Project looks at the role of HBCU STEM faculty supporting student success.…


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Student Debt: An Overlooked Barrier to Increasing Teacher Diversity

On average, Black teachers earn $2,700 less per year than white teachers, and…


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Disaggregating Data By Race Allows for More Accurate Research

In God we trust. All others must bring data. -W.E. Deming Diversity is a…


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Don’t Say Nothing

As educators we (sometimes unknowingly) step into roles of advocate, caretaker,…


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America’s Fragile Communities: Valuing A College Education, But Doubting They Have Access To It

People living in America’s most fragile communities place a high value on a…


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