Posts Tagged public education

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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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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AOC in the Episcopal Church Foundation’s “Vestry Papers”

We want to give a big thank you to the Episcopal Church Foundation’s Vital Practices March “Vestry Papers” newsletter, focused on Inspiring Advocacy, for running a great feature on All Our Children. Below, read an excerpt from our article about things we’ve observed about church-school partnerships so

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