Our Kids Deserve the Honest Truth About U.S. History
On Juneteenth and throughout the year, it’s essential to teach about race and American history authentically and without restrictions.
Want to Support Children? Let Them Play
Legislation that aims to prohibit transgender students from playing on athletic teams that align with their gender identity runs counter to the spirit of sports: to just let children play.
Teaching Finance as an Act of Social Justice
Teaching financial literacy is an important step toward financial wellness, self-efficacy, and economic mobility.
Youth-Led Activism is Key to Building a Better World
Youth activists have been at the center of social movements throughout history. Now, they are leading the fight for equity and racial justice in the middle of a pandemic.
One Man’s Mission To Recruit 100 Board Members
Miami-Dade Alum Justin Pinn knows the impact of having diverse voices on boards in his community, so he’s recruiting area alums to join in this important work.
Examining Learning Through an Anti-Racist Lens
How schools are evaluating curriculum and teaching practices to decenter whiteness and root out racial bias.
Shaping an Anti-Racist School Culture
School leaders aspiring to build anti-racist schools are reimagining school policies around hair and dress codes, student conduct, teacher training and hiring, and more.
The Census Counts as an Educational Equity Issue
The 2020 U.S. Census is underway. An executive director of the Census 2020 Count Committee discusses census outreach during the pandemic and why an accurate census count is critical to the work of educational equity.
What Homeless Students Lose When Schools Go Digital
Educators, school leaders, and community leaders alike are deeply concern over COVID-19's long-term impacts on the education of over 100,000 homeless students in the New York City public school system.