Vol 2 Issue 1-Educator Perspective

Setting new priorities for public education Educator Perspective By |  Shakira D. Abney-Wisdom   During 2020, we were faced with the reality of two pandemics: COVID-19 and systemic racism.  Both have more severe impacts on historically and persistently marginalized groups, namely people of color, independent of level of education or Read more…

Vol 1 Issue 2-Educator Perspective

Examining the politics of public education: ValuesEducator PerspectiveBy | Nicci Guagliardo, MBA, PhD Parents and community members feel justifiably frustrated with the gap in purported values and actionable practices in the public school system. One community member stated, “the district is making decisions, but they don’t really know the community.” Read more…

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