Vol 2 Issue 3 -From the Editor

Working Together To Make Change Antwan Jefferson, PhD It’s difficult these days to remember why we pursue, invest in, and rally around public education. An election is just a few weeks away: that’s important, right? In fact, in a representative government, the role of the school board is to govern Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Main Article

Working Together To Make Change Let Students Lead By | Allan Tellis, Chief Writer, Denver After a year of rapid adjustments to schooling triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, educational systems hope to establish a sense of normalcy in the coming school year. Traditionally, school days require students and teachers to Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Educator Perspective

Working Together To Make Change Educator perspective By | Michael Atkins As I reflect on how COVID-19 has shaken the education system to its core, I stand reminded that being an educator and educational advocate is about service to students, families, and communities. In serving students, educators have to provide Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Scholar Perspective

Working Together To Make Change Scholar perspective By | Dane Stickney In reading the piece by Allan Tellis, DJEC’s Chier Writer, the following line stuck with me: “Students have a particularly good vantage point to assess what is going well within the educational system as well as what is not.” Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Student Perspective

Working Together To Make Change Student perspective By | Rosine Niyoyishura The whole world stopped, and also most importantly, the controversial teaching mechanisms that have been in tact within the educational system in America— also stopped or should I say woefully reigned in? As a student within this educational system Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Personal Perspective

Working Together To Make Change Personal perspective By | Vanessa Quintana Undoubtedly, the COVID-19 pandemic has compelled us to make countless adjustments to our lives as we yearn for normalcy. The pandemic related protocols and the grave educational injustices illuminated by this crisis has elicited opinions from educators, parents, students, and Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Editorial Contribution

Working Together To Make Change Editorial perspective By | Ali Larson There is no question that nearly every facet of society has been impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. People across the globe have had to not only adapt to new ways of operating, but they’ve also had time to reflect on Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 2 -From the Editor

Learning about “American” Ideologies, Values, and Identities in Public Schools Antwan Jefferson, PhD I was a first grader at Wythe Elementary School in Hampton, Virginia in 1983. Each morning, following the school announcements, we stood up, turned our bodies in the direction of the US flag hanging in the front Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 2 -Main Article

Learning about “American” ideologies, values, and identities in public schools Learning “American” in schools: a fork in the road By | Allan Tellis, Chief Writer, Denver                 Being an American is a complex and multifaceted experience. Identifying and teaching what it means to Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 2 -Educator Perspective

Learning about “American” ideologies, values, and identities in public schools Educator perspective By | Yuri Kim                 The brilliant Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie reveals “The Danger of a Single Story” in her TED Talk of that name (2009). Adichie argues about how Read more…

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