Friday, December 2, 2016

Remember Donovan Livingston? His spoken word poetry “Lift Off” at his graduation from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education earlier this year caught our attention and the attention of the world. He spoke in Charlotte last night, noting the importance of being truthful with our students, understanding of their lived realities, and reminding us of the power of hope.

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  • SPECIAL REPORT: THE CHANGING FACE OF LITERACY

    Education Week | 11/09/2016

  • School Choice: Will Trump Help or Hurt the Cause?

    Education Week | 12/01/2016

  • Will “school choice on steroids” get a boost under a Trump administration?

    The Hechinger Report | 11/28/2016

  • Series: Unlocking Dyslexia

    nprEd | 11/29/2016

  • Stomp. Clap. Chant. Young teachers inspire Ashley Park kids to step toward college

    The Charlotte Observer | 12/01/2016

  • Future of Public Education

    Capital Tonight: Time Warner Cable News | 11/30/2016


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