The School To Prison Pipeline From An Educator’s Perspective [Interview]

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“Teaching in the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Strategies to Empower Youth” featuring New York City public school teacher, education activist and TEDxNYED speaker Jose Vilson. Urban Youth Justice Director Ernest Saadiq Morris talks to Jose Vilson about his unique perspective as a Black-Latino male teacher and youth advocate regarding the obstacles facing students of color in achieving a quality education while avoiding …

On Women and Teacher Voice [Video + Commentary]

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Before people ask me where my Women’s History Month post went, I decided to get a rant in about women and education. Particularly, I wonder why teachers’ voices don’t get the same consideration others do about K-12 education. I had more to say, but I’ll wait until I read up a bit more about my theorems. Responsible bloggers do that. …

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What I Would Say To A Group of Promising Educators of Color

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I had the privilege last Friday of attending Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Teachers breakfast in Tarrytown, NY with 5-600 people, many of which were part of this illustrious program. Dr. Bettye Perkins founded this organization to encourage more teachers of color to enter the profession through an 8-year scholarship. They get mentorship through high school and half to full paid tuition, …