I’m so grateful for the partnership of families and educators who have raised their voices over the past year to ensure our district is doing
Last fall I raised the issue of getting improved air ventilation in our classrooms. I will continue to advocate for this, but unfortunately, it isn’t
Currently, not all children are receiving a proper education on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As I work on changing this practice in our district, I’ll be “home-schooling” my kids on this important history with this great list of resources from Shana V. White Ed.S
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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.
These past few week, in the wake of state-sanctioned violence rolling across our social media feeds, it is easy to feel apathetic. Seeing the recent “not-guilty”
A recent hashtag got me thinking about cultural appropriation, blackness and white supremacy. But let me explain…
2016 started off with a bang and is thankfully shlumping toward its ultimate demise. While I’ll be happy to see it go, it has been an amazing year.
This story is not just a story about deaf students in Sub-Saharan Africa, it serves as a metaphor for students in our own country who lack access to quality educational options.
10 years after approving AEMP, educators are asking if art and music instruction is really happening in “every school”, for “every student”, “every day”.