Monthly Archives: May 2015

How do we End Segregation in the Poorest Cities?

In a report released last month by the National Center for Children and Families at Teachers College, Columbia University, researchers urged policymakers to make changes that would address the issue of diversity in early childhood education. The report cited research … Continue reading

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Teachers Are Superheroes

As teacher appreciation week comes to an end, I hope that we have all taken some appropriate time to reflect on the role teachers have played in our lives. One week is truly not enough to appreciate all they do, … Continue reading

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Our Girls Deserve Better: Gender (In)Equity in 2015

As it is the year 2015, the quest for equal rights for men and women has sure come a long way since the women’s suffrage movement that led to the 19th Constitutional Amendment in 1920. Today, our great grandparents would … Continue reading

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