Posts Tagged:integration

Will the Obama Administration Start Focusing on Desegregating Schools?

By Evette D. Champion Once Arne Duncan ends his term as Secretary of Education in December, John King will take over. While we don’t expect much to change when it comes to federal education policy, there may be one positive change in the future. King might take the necessary steps to focus the department’s energy and…

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Lack of Diversity in America’s Teachers and Its Impact on Students

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District Looks to Close All of Its High Schools to Offer Better Education for Students

What do you do when an impoverished school district, which serves mainly students of color and has one of the highest percentages of non-English speakers in the state, can’t figure out how to educate its students in a fair and just way? How can a district provide a quality education when it receives some of…

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The Role of St. Jude in Improving the Lives of Black Children and Their Families

By Tyra Seldon You have probably seen a St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital commercial in which the life story of a patient is featured. The story often appeals to the viewers’ emotions as we are asked to contribute to the greater cause that may save that child’s life. Founded in 1962 by actor Danny Thomas and named…

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