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December 13, 2016

The Subtle Undoing of the Education of Our Students

The experiences of children outside of school come to school with them even if they are never spoken out loud. Who will be their guides?

September 11, 2016

Detroit's Children Are Also Ours

Detroit's problem ultimately is our problem. It can teach a lesson about patience and acceptance gone too far.

June 02, 2016

Schools Need Collective Leaders' Voices to Advocate for Change

Leadership voices have been directed at objection and resistance toward the national mandates and state implementations of them. The pull away from that toward voices raised with new vision and a plan can feel like the removal of a suction cup that has been securely attached to a wall.

May 10, 2016

Schools Alone Can't Resolve Problems of Race and Poverty

What we need are ideas—crazy, new ones that might never have worked before; but now we are 21st-century leaders in a 21st-century world. We need to push policymakers into their own unfamiliar places.

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