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Lisa Tenreiro: RI’s School Counselor of the Year Goes to Washington

By Lisa Tenreiro  On Friday, January 6th, I had the honor of a lifetime. I got to stand behind First Lady Michelle Obama alongside forty-four of my fellow State Counselors of the Year  as she shared her final remarks as First Lady to our entire nation and to the world.  Mrs. Obama chose to deliver these… Continue reading Lisa Tenreiro: RI’s School Counselor of the Year Goes to Washington

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Guest Post: EduLeaders of Color Meet-Ups

By Karla E. Vigil and Carlon Howard   Currently, RI’s education workforce is over 95 percent white. With less than 5 percent of educators identifying at people of color, our urban students are faced with teachers and content each day that do not reflect their lived experiences both in and outside of the school day.… Continue reading Guest Post: EduLeaders of Color Meet-Ups

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Guest Post: Massachusetts Millennials Have Unique Opportunity to Use Their Voting Power to Help Children

Millennials wield a great deal of power in this election and that rings particularly true in Boston. According to SPARK Boston, millennials make up nearly half of the city’s workforce and approximately 45 percent of eligible voters. I am one of them. Yet, I’m guessing most millennials haven’t spent much time thinking about how they… Continue reading Guest Post: Massachusetts Millennials Have Unique Opportunity to Use Their Voting Power to Help Children