Published Articles & Media
Before Governors’ Push on School Breakfast, Black Panthers Were Feeding Kids
From Oakland, California, church program in 1960s, inspiration spread
Hacks for Schools to Support Parents of Younger Remote Students
Avoid exhausting students to the point of disengagement
The Case for Case Studies: Teaching During Covid-19
“A kid who decided to break a police car window to steal masks from an officer, who arrests people attempting to enter stores without a mask”
A Truly Diverse School
Sorry, a maintenance man, secretary, or vice principal in charge of discipline isn’t enough.
New Jersey Enforces Its Amistad Law
Teaching about slavery in a state that twice voted against Abraham Lincoln.
New Jersey’s Teacher Diversity Story Diverges from North Carolina’s
“Reply with the grade you were in when you had your first nonwhite teacher”
Sanders Ban on For-Profit Charters May Backfire
The fact that African Americans favor charter schools has less to do with charter schools themselves and more to do with our right of self-determination where the education of our children is concerned.