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Why I Believe We Must Help Our Kids Understand The Capitol Insurrection

Yes, our kids watched the violence in D.C. How are we helping them think about it?
Chris Stewart
 • 3 months ago

10 Black Podcasts To Help You Learn And Laugh Your Way Into 2021

Let's stay informed and mentally stimulated.
Erika Williams
 • 4 months ago

This Teacher's Dance Parties For His Kindergarteners Is The Cutest Part Of Remote Learning

Azel Prather said the kids look forward to class.
DeMario P. Smith
 • 4 months ago

Connecticut Is The First State To Require Black And Latinx Studies Be Included In High School Curriculums

“Increasing the diversity of what we teach is critical to providing students with a better understanding of who we are as a society and where we are going,” Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont said.
Keka Araújo
 • 4 months ago

School Suspensions Don't Just Unfairly Penalize Black Students – They Lead To Lower Grades And 'Black Flight'

Suspensions have continued throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, while children are attending remotely from their homes.
The Conversation
 • 5 months ago

Once A Symbol Of Desegregation, Ruby Bridges' School Now Reflects Another Battle Engulfing Public Education

The historic building now tells a contemporary story of an all-charter district.
The Conversation
 • 5 months ago

Initiatives To Close The Digital Divide Must Last Beyond The COVID-19 Pandemic To Work

Internet access at home has been linked to higher academic achievement.
The Conversation
 • 6 months ago

Black Children And Mental Health: Why Normal Development Is Greatly Threatened During This Abnormal Time

The interruption of social support systems and the disturbance in routines serve as imposing barriers to mental wellness for Black children and families, at a time when they need it most.
Dr. Tiana Woolridge
 • 6 months ago

As An Educator, Here’s Why I’m Making The Best Out Of A Cautious Return To The Classroom

Our work in this season is huge.
Melody Bradley
 • 7 months ago

Thanks To Betsy DeVos’ Poor Leadership, I’ve Found My Good Trouble

Over the last four years, we have watched in absolute horror as the secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, has single-handedly destroyed the American educational school system.
Shareefah Mason
 • 8 months ago

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