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Veronica Palmer

In communities across the country, we see public schools with low academic achievement and gaps in performance between students of color and their white peers. Research shows that family [...]

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Derwin Sisnett

In the United States, the education reform agenda continues to rally around establishing high-performing schools; however, the proposed solutions do not address the factors that contribute to [...]

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Marvin Pierre

Young people, especially young men of color, are disappearing—from schools, communities, and the workforce. Fueled by zero tolerance policies and in-school policing, the school-to-prison pipeline [...]

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Paris Woods

Just 11 percent of Louisiana Black undergraduates who enroll at four-year public universities will earn a degree on time, resulting in a very small percentage of Black youth from our community [...]

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Marla Dean, Ed.D

Bright Beginnings (BB) seeks to strengthen the school readiness of homeless children through employing a two-generation approach that: 1) increases the children’s exposure to language and [...]

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Nicole Young

Bard College, under the leadership of Nicole Young, is working with a consortium of public charter schools in New Orleans to create a new space between high school and college that reconciles [...]