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Are public school systems setting minority students up for failure?

Are public school systems setting minority students up for failure?
The media is buzzing about the recently released findings from the U.S. Department of Educations’ 2011-2012 Civil Rights Data Collection survey. Based on the results, it appears that not only are minority students more likely to be expelled/suspended than their general market counterparts, but are also more prone to receive inexperienced and less dedicated teachers.... Read more »

Is Preschool Necessary?

Is Preschool Necessary?
This question popped in my mind while listening to our President deliver the State of The Union Address. He said that only 3 and 10 preschoolers are receiving a quality education. This statement caught my attention right away because I’m the mother of a toddler who will be of preschool age in a few years.... Read more »
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