Don’t Ask Me If You’re Going To Summer School [TransformED]

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My new post at The Collaborateurs explains a situation that happens too frequently to us during this time of year:

Their absences weren’t insignificant, the lack of work is made more obvious by everyone else’s full portfolios, the same trends happen across their subjects, and just getting them into class almost doesn’t feel worth it. That hurts. We have an ideal for trying to get every child to graduate and succeed in high school with an eye on college.

Situations with our students only happens because our schools aren’t structured to handle the ones who slip through the fault lines through which earthquakes form.

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About Jose Vilson

José Luis Vilson is a math educator, blogger, speaker, and activist. For more of my writing, buy my book This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education, on sale now.

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