Category Archives: School Reform

Drawing the Right Lessons from Vergara

Cross-posted from the U.S. Department of Education blog, Homeroom Sometimes conflict is the starting point on the path to progress. That’s one of two possible ways events could play out in the wake of Vergara v. California,a court case that is … Continue reading

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Making Education Work for Latinas in the U.S.

Research and video by the UCLA Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles, commissioned by the Eva Longoria Foundation The UCLA Civil Rights Project (CRP) conducted a study in 2013 to examine the existing knowledge base about promoting Latina educational success, defined … Continue reading

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3 Reasons to Be Proud for Supporters of Education Equality

Cross-posted from the Huffington Post In all the years that I’ve been advocating for economically disadvantaged students, I’ve never seen a time when so many forces seem to be aligning in our favor. First, on Feb. 25, Child Trends released … Continue reading

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