Vol 2 Issue 4 – Editorial Perspective

Housing and Education Editorial perspective By | James Roy, II Gunshots rang out just outside my home, startling a group of boys that had gathered for my 12-year-old birthday party. Without panic or a second thought, I quickly moved further away from the windows, ducking down to assume the position taught Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 2 -Editorial Contribution

Learning about “American” ideologies, values, and identities in public schools Editorial perspective By | Spencer Childress, EdD                 Those with red and blue affiliations, or those with agendas based in finance and power, make declarations all too often about what it means to Read more…

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Vol 1 Issue 3-Editorial Contribution

Adjusting to new social and educational realitiesEditorial ContributionBy | Shant’a Johnson & Ali Larson It would be impossible to capture the impact of Covid-19 on our children’s education within the confines of one article. The effects have been felt far and wide, perhaps more deeply than anyone could have anticipated. Read more…

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Vol 1 Issue 2-Editorial Contribution

Examining the politics of public education: ValuesEditorial ContributionBy | Art Williams As non-profit, faith based leader whose primary focus has been working closely with developing adolescents, largely in under-resourced communities for the past 20 years, I recognize the voices in this article. It raises many questions for me, as I Read more…

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Vol 1 Issue 1-Editorial Contribution

Community Vision for Education of ChildrenEditorial ContributionBy | Andrew Lefkowits The promise of public education – to create the engaged, informed citizens of tomorrow, to level the playing field and give an opportunity to anyone willing to take it – has been broken, and the stories told in this journal Read more…

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