This is a letter to the editor that first ran here in the Newport Daily News. Its author is Mike Cullen, of Copernicus STEAM Learning Lab and the Rhode Island STEAM Academy. Decisions made on education now will be felt for years to come Sen. Lou DiPalma is to be commended for his recent Guest… Continue reading Let’s Stop Tip-Toeing Around the Hard Truths About RI’s Schools
Oprah Winfrey’s name has been buzzing (and #trending) since last night with speculation flying wildly from all corners about a potential run for President in 2020. I did not watch the Golden Globes broadcast but I did watch a video of Oprah’s acceptance speech for the Cecil B Demille award and there is no doubt… Continue reading Hell Yeah, Oprah Can Be My Education President
Black Parents, Teachers and Students Want Everyone to Stop Having the Education Conversation ‘About Them Without Them’ Education Post Video Series Shows African-Americans Getting Real on Education Chicago, IL – More than 40 Black teachers, parents and students gathered in Chicago Women’s Park & Gardens to speak candidly in a new video series… Continue reading Press Release on New Video Series at Education Post: African-Americans Talk Education
By Zachary Wright For years, I have experienced the world of education through the role of a teacher. I’ve engaged in discussions about fair funding formulas and school segregation. I’ve advocated for access to effective charter schools. I’ve mentored students who, due to systemic racism both in education as well as housing, find themselves without… Continue reading Guest Post: I’m a Fierce Advocate For Educational Equity. And Then I Had My Own Kid. With Autism.