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November 19, 2018

You Can Make a Difference for Students of Color. So Take the 'Red Pill'

You are the one that can make a difference in the lives of students of color.

June 29, 2018

Ready, Set, Grow: Setting Up Your Next Year Right Now

If we cannot own our contribution to students' underperformance, we cannot change our agency in providing better outcomes for the students waiting for us in September.

May 17, 2018

Students Are 'Our Children.' Let's Give Them the Support They Deserve

For our classrooms to improve, our systems have to engage in professional learning that is deep enough, wide enough and aligned enough so that teachers leave feeling more prepared than ever to deal with the complexities that our children bring into the classroom.

May 03, 2018

The Four Components of an Equitable Classroom

The equitable classroom is a classroom that is connected to the lives of black and brown students, Where there is no equity, there is not a jagged and at times circular path forward, but just a flat, one-size fits none learning experience that is facilitated by a novice in content and does not take into account the needs and opportunities for scaffolding and enrichment inherent in our children.

April 11, 2018

Breaking the Class Ceiling: Teaching for Mastery and Enrichment

Teachers have the power to change the instructional culture of the classroom so that students get used to a quality learning experience that they do not have to pay for, benefit from and recommend to other people.

March 09, 2018

When It Comes to Equity, Expertise Matters

we cannot practice equity principles without first shifting our approach to building expertise in content, curricula and children.

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