I Sent My Kids To A Bilingual Immersion School And They Learned Much More Than A Second Language

SOURCE by CLAUDYA MARTINEZPublished Jul 09, 2020 I live in San Francisco, California, and sending your child to a public school here works a little differently than in other places. You don’t just…

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Future Teachers Mistake Black Students as ‘Angry’ More Than White Students, Study Shows

SOURCE By Madeline Will on July 8, 2020 4:08 PM A new study finds that prospective teachers, most of whom are white, are more likely to identify Black children than white children as angry,…

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How Black Lives Matter Is Changing Education

SOURCE JULY 8, 2020 BY A PUBLIC AFFAIRWORT 89.9FM Madison · How Black Lives Matter is Changing Education The new school year is fast approaching with many unknowns, but one thing is for sure:…

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School Policing was Designed to Criminalize Black Students. We Must Follow Black Voices Calling for its Abolition.

SOURCE by Patrick Cremin | Jul 8, 2020 | Amicus, Education & Youth, Policing and Law Enforcement, Racial Justice | Photo by Shopify Partners from Burst Amid mass mobilization to combat anti-Black racism, Black-led efforts to abolish police are…

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Sarasota’s Kate Harris on Her Front-Row Seat During Brown v. Board of Education

SOURCE Harris’ parents shaped history and welcomed major Black figures of the civil rights movement into their home. By Heather Dunhill  7/7/2020 at 1:00pm222 Kate HarrisIMAGE: MICHAEL KINSEY It’s not hyperbole to say…

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The Ostrich Rears its Head: America’s 2020 Racial Reckoning is a Victory and Opportunity

SOURCE by Christina Coleburn | Jun 29, 2020 | Amicus, Congress, Criminal Justice, Legal History, Legislation, Policing and Law Enforcement, Racial Justice | Photo credit: Getty Images. Months before his death, Thurgood Marshall warned about apathy in the interminable American pursuit of forming a…

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