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NYC students heading back to school got form letters instead of MetroCards to ride transit

El virus de COVID devastó a muchas familias latinas. Durante el Mes de la Herencia Hispana, cuéntanos de qué manera la comunidad escolar te brindó apoyo. 

COVID devastated many Latino families. During Hispanic Heritage Month, tell us how your school community has supported you.

How to design your source diversity audit survey with inclusivity in mind

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Students of color deserve to see themselves in their school curriculum

I never did. Schools must do better.

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Her district says in-person learning is best. Her parents want her virtual. Right now, this Denver 7-year-old isn’t in school at all.

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After a rise in hate crimes, some Asian New Yorkers are nervous about returning to school

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Some Philadelphia teachers stand firm on teaching about race

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I am an elementary school educator, and I embrace critical race theory

My lessons center on my students’ lives and stories.

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Denver planned to stop separating students with emotional disabilities. Now, the district has changed course.

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‘They’ll know more than I ever knew’: More states move to require lessons on Native American history and culture

The efforts to improve curriculum are continuing nationwide, despite concerns about potential backlash.

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Transgender students challenge Tennessee law restricting which school bathrooms they can use

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Would-be teachers of color pass Pennsylvania licensing exams at lower-than-average rates

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Chicago fell behind on plans for students with disabilities during COVID-19. New data show the depth of the problem.

The pandemic year has uprooted support for students with disabilities in Chicago and nationwide, creating a backlog of old IEPs that could lead to widening academic gaps for students in need of special education services.

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Teaching prohibited concepts on race in Tennessee could bring million-dollar fines and suspended licenses

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Pennsylvania court to allow some evidence of racial disparities in landmark school funding case

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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