California is Investing in Bilingual Educators in Asian Languages. What Does This Mean for AAPI Educators and Students?
California’s first-ever investment in bilingual teacher programs for Asian languages could help increase the number of AAPI educators in the state.
To Fix Our Education System, We Need to Develop Leaders at Every Level Committed to Equity and Excellence
From school boards to Congress, we need diverse leadership with firsthand experience in the opportunities and challenges facing our education system to create bold change for all students.
Passing Down a Legacy of Asian American Advocacy to My Son
A father and educator explains how the Asian American model minority myth perpetuates stereotypes and the work that lies ahead for his son and the education system to end it.
You Will Encounter the Model Minority Myth, but It Is Your Legacy to Resist It
The perpetuation of the model minority myth in education harms Asian Americans and hinders efforts to build coalitions with other marginalized people.
DACA Decisions Aren’t Just News; They Affect Lives Like Mine
Educators and allies should be mindful of the emotional toll experienced by students and others awaiting legal rulings and policy decisions around immigration in the U.S.
How Proposition 308 Could Open Higher Education to Thousands of Students in Arizona
Voters in Arizona have the chance to offer thousands of immigrant students access to in-state tuition this November. In this video, one student explains how the proposition could change lives.
Universal Free School Meals Are Over. What Does That Mean for Hungry Students?
Educators and advocates fear that recent federal school meal changes could worsen child food insecurity.
Period Equity Is Expanding Nationwide, Often Thanks to Young Leaders
One in four students struggle to afford period products. Menstrual inequity and the stigma of menstruation can lead students to experience health issues and miss valuable school time. Here’s how activists–including students–are changing that.
The Young Activists Guide to Making Change
After three years of hard work led by youth activists and local organizations, Hawai'i students will have access to something new to meet their essential needs: free period products in school.