My girls and I are gearing up to make signs and protest for our first time as a family. With that in mind, I think it’s important to 1) make a cool sign and 2) be clear about my reasons for marching. Here are some thoughts…
The SFUSD Board of Education recently approved a resolution charging the district to define clear protocols in addressing hate and bias in our schools.
A report back from the SFUSD Ad Hoc Student Assignment System Committee meeting. How can student assignment better integrate our schools?
It’s time to get it together. It’s time to join the fight. It’s time to use all the ways we are privileged to stand up for those without a voice. And it’s time to do it TOGETHER, with LOVE, and with JOY.
As the Black students from elite schools across the country testify, it’s STILL hard to be young, gifted and Black in our nation’s elite schools.
How is your school addressing disparities in school discipline and attendance? Kids can’t learn if they aren’t in class. This fall, there are many things families and educators can do to ensure equal access for Black and Brown students.
These teens are a great reminder of what young people can do if given the opportunity to contribute.
Despite our accolades for the district’s recent achievements in supporting Black students, we must still acknowledge the work we’ve yet to do. And that includes speaking up!
This Monday Inspiration comes from Zuri and Stacey Ann who are great at modeling social justice conversations with kids. This mother daughter conversation on their YouTube channel: LivingRoomProtest, they hold a “living room protest” in response to Lila getting told that “girls don’t have muscles.”
Is the “maker movement” really new? How makerspaces are just another example of “what’s old is new,”