Posts Tagged education equity

Engage your Congregation: Equity Literacy

This week we had the opportunity to catch a great interview with education professor and equity advocate Paul Gorski on the Visions of Education Podcast. The topic? Equity literacy. If you or your congregation is wondering what we mean when we talk about ‘education equity’ or ‘education

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Where is the political will for public ed?

“Maybe we need a teacher to run for president.” So said Professor Linda Darling-Hammond of Stanford University during a campus event on how to address education inequity. (To read more about it, CLICK HERE.) We say, Amen! A new study published last week by Stanford’s Graduate School of Education reports

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Registration is LIVE for our Buffalo-area Forum!

We are thrilled to announce that registration is now live for our next event! Join us in Buffalo, NY May 20 & 21 – CLICK HERE to get more details! Do you want to change the world (and help your church in the process)? Do you want

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Bear one another’s burdens…

“Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2 Stand with Detroit Public Schools As AOC prepares to be immersed in Trinity Institute 2016: Listen for Change – Sacred Conversations for Racial Justice, happening this weekend, we are holding the Detroit Public Schools

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Quality Counts 2016: EdWeek’s State Report Cards Map

Quality Counts 2016: EdWeek's State Report Cards Map

Every year Education Week publishes Quality Counts a report card of how well – or poorly – the nation’s 50 states educate their K-12 students. The map they publish shows in stark detail that American students have vastly different prospects for successful life outcomes, depending on where they are

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Read to Grow – A partnership promoting literacy in Louisville

Read to Grow - A partnership promoting literacy in Louisville

As AOC continues to invite more people, congregations, groups, and partnerships to join us, we’re happy to feature the Read-to-Grow partnership in Louisville Kentucky as one of our newest members. This partnership between St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church and the Zachary Taylor Elementary School is now going into

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Every Student, Every Day

Every Student, Every Day

“There should be no barriers when it comes to providing young people with a quality education.” Broderick Johnson, White House Cabinet Secretary and Chair of the My Brother’s Keeper Task Force We couldn’t agree with that statement more. Last week the Obama Administration launched Every Student, Every

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Coming in 2016: Regional Forums!

Coming in 2016: Regional Forums!

By Lallie Lloyd, Director We used to have a collective commitment in this country to educate each child to the best of her ability and to share the costs among us all. That’s part of what made this country great. We used to believe we all benefited

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Introducing the Dillard Middle School Partnership Project

Introducing the Dillard Middle School Partnership Project

Three congregations in Goldsboro, North Carolina come together to pursue collective service, ministry, and school partnership. We’re thrilled to welcome the Dillard Middle School Partnership Project as the newest member of the network! We connected with Rebecca Bean, a Deacon at St. Andrews’ Episcopal Church in Goldsboro,

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Calling All Churches: A Local School Needs You!

Calling All Churches: A Local School Needs You!

All Our Children is planning six regional forums in 2016 to lay the foundation for our 2017 national symposium. “Public education is a divine right, a human right, and for the common good.” Presiding Bishop-elect, Michael Curry AOC is excited to announce our 2016 regional forums! Each

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