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The process of remedying and reversing the equity challenges present within schools goes beyond the outlandish policies of leaders or the efforts of administrators. All stakeholders involved in education have a role to play. In this article, we shall discuss what we as individuals can do to improve our schools’ quality, fairness, and inclusion. As[…]

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student perspectives

In 1837, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania was founded as the first institution of higher education for African-Americans with the purpose of equipping and empowering students of diverse backgrounds to be visionary leaders in their chosen fields. Nearly 200 years later, there are over 100 HBCUs scattered across the South and Midwest, but over 50 years[…]

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Do you know how to re-engage your students after summer break? We are headed back to school. Well, not quite yet. Summer has just begun. We thought this repost from Ayodele Harrison, Senior Partner, would give you some good tips for back to school. Here are three things teachers can do to effectively re-engage students[…]

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