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How are Black students in California doing?

During Black History Month, while we’re celebrating the legacy and accomplishments of Black leaders and pioneers, we’re also focusing on Black students. Specifically, whether our education system is living up to its promise and helping them...

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Aumentar el número de líderes de color en las escuelas Públicas beneficia a todos

Cuando a un alumno de kinder lo suspenden, uno se pregunta: ¿qué tipo de falta merita sacar a una mente en pleno desarrollo de su entorno educativo y mandarla a un estado de culpa, decepción e insuficiencia? Para Shandrea Daniel, directora de...

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Report: All Public Schools Benefit from Having a Leader of Color

When a kindergartener is suspended from school, one wonders what kind of offense would merit taking a child’s developing mind out of a learning environment, and placing  it instead into a space of guilt, disappointment and inadequacy. For Shandrea

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100%

We’ll say it again: Charter public schools serve everyone! They are 100 percent public. They are 100 percent free. They are 100 percent open to all. Charter schools are diverse and serve a student population that mirrors traditional public...

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Alumnos con desventajas que van a escuelas chárter tienen mas probabilidad de entrar a universidades publicas en Ca

Más estudiantes que tradicionalmente han tenido desventajas y se están graduando de preparatorias públicas chárter están continuando sus carreras en universidades públicas en California a comparación de los estudiantes en esta categoría que se...

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Black Charter Families and Advocates to Assemblyman McCarty and CTA: Kill Your Extreme Bills!

On Monday, Black charter public school families and advocates from across the state delivered a simple message at the doorstep of Assemblyman Kevin McCarty’s Sacramento office: kill your CTA-backed bill that puts a cap on quality charter public...

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