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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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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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CCSA Publishes Two Research Briefs on Mentoring Leaders of New School

Charter schools don’t appear out of thin air – they’re built with the time and energy of the school’s leaders, families, staff, board, and neighboring community. Unlike the traditional public schools run by local school districts, charter schools...

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Teacher Diversity in Public Schools: Fact or Fiction?

After a recent report found that the number of teachers in public schools has more than doubled over the last three decades, Chalkbeat.org took a deeper look at what it found to be a rosier than likely picture of the state of teacher diversity.

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Report: Black Students with Black Teachers Are More Likely to Go to College

According to a new study by Johns Hopkins University, black students are more likely to go to college if they have a Black teacher. And, they are even more likely to attend if they have two!

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