I have recently been working with a group of Black families in neighborhood schools to ensure they have systems and structures in place to ensure
Why is SFUSD still using a hodgepodge approach to addressing systemic bias in our schools? Last Saturday, my friend’s daughter (who happens to be one
How do we address the hate and violence we are seeing all around us? The answer lies in the way we socialize our children in our schools.
Are “progressive” parents advocating for separate-not-equal schools? How gifted educational programs support white supremacy in schools.
I’ve been online almost nonstop. Reading through Tweets, it’s still painfully obvious there are a LOT white “allies” who would rather spend time arguing with Black folks about what we need to do differently when expressing our outrage or identifying the ways white supremacy defends itself.
A checklist listing all the information you need to ensure equity and shared-decision making during the school site planning process at your school!
I recently became the proud mother of two middle school students. We all know the transition from elementary to middle school is a big one for kids. I’m realizing this transition is a big one for families too. With that in mind, I’m taking time to write down my experience in the hope that it will help other educators and parents can better partner with one another to ensure our kids success as they embark of the fun, stressful, exciting and crazy ride that is the middle school experience.
I finally understand what has bothered me so much about the misrepresentation of Dr. King’s legacy as one of peace (without the protest, thank you very much!)… Cue Morgan Freeman, stage left!