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Cradle-to-Prison Pipeline Becomes Cradle-to-College Pathway Under Groups’ Efforts

“Auntie, I really wish they’d have air conditioning in jail.” It was a scorching hot summer in the Bronx. Ronnette Summers couldn’t believe what was...

Historical Perspective: Words Matter — Why Saying ‘Japanese Internment’ Distorts History

Two days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States began ordering Japanese Americans living along the West Coast to leave their homes....

Decolonizing the Classroom to Teach Native American History

In mid-19th century northern Michigan, boarding schools were perhaps the most effective White institutions used to eliminate the culture and customs of the Native...

Teacher’s Toolkit: Improve Organization and Cut Back on Handouts with Evernote

Overview Evernote is a note-taking software that can be used with iOS, Android, Microsoft Windows, and macOS. While it is not specifically designed for education,...
People sit around a table with notes and computers.

Here Are Some of the Best Methods for Evaluating College Diversity

Diversity at a college is as important as the majors and extracurriculars it may offer. For students of color, LGBTQ students, students with disabilities,...

The Independent School Mindset on Physical Disabilities Is Still Behind the Times, Experts Say

Independent K-12 schools have been required by law to open their doors to people with physical disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs, for nearly...
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