Lessons About Black August Also Teach Students to Push for Meaningful Change
The new school year is an ideal time to introduce students to lesser-known Black change-makers and historic pushes for social justice.
How Afrocentric Lessons Teach Black Kids to Love Themselves
K-12 students typically learn about history through a lens that erases or minimizes the contributions of people of color.
In This Vision of Education, Students Are Empowered to Love Learning and Themselves
Ebony Payne Brown is working to open a charter school in Atlanta with rigorous academics, where students feel loved and their identities are celebrated.
Afro-Latinx Students Navigate Racism and Erasure in the Classroom
Schools need more resources and data to ensure Afro-Latinx students are being represented and understood.
Corps Member Begins Visioning for Mobile Student App
Monique Nunnally (Metro Atlanta, '15) writes about her vision for her students.
Allow Black Students to Be Their Authentic Selves at School
Schools must end punitive rules that dictate to Black children how they can show up in physical or remote classrooms.
Meet Four Women Who Are Lawyering for Good
Lawyers get a bad rap. These fighters for justice will restore your faith in the profession.
Voting For School Board Members Matters, Too
It may sit at the bottom of the ballot, but this role has the power to change local education systems.
Planning for the Unknown Future of School
School and district leaders are looking ahead to what returning to school might look like in the fall, and planning for an unprecedented start to the school year.