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Charles Cole, III

Energy Convertors (EC) supports high school students across Oakland who are marginalized by economic status, racial stereotyping, neighborhood violence, and/or gender. EC believes in taking [...]

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Cheryl Camacho

Though nearly 40 percent of the Massachusetts student population identify as children of color, only 4 percent of traditional school district superintendents are people of color—a level that has [...]

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Oscar E. Cruz

The passage of California’s Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) in 2013 signaled a new opportunity to elevate family engagement as a critical component of quality schooling (and a requirement [...]

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Christine DeLeon

There is a persistent and growing opportunity gap between students of color and their white peers within Metro Denver, and—though 75percent of DPS students are children of color—most teachers and [...]

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Larry Irvin

Black students are more likely to complete high school and college when they have had even a single Black teacher, yet black men comprise less than 5 percent of the national teaching force. [...]

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Andy Canales

Latino students make up more than half of the public-school population throughout the Greater Houston area, yet are significantly underrepresented in positions of decision-making power and [...]

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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 [...]