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Chicago's Black Students Face Massive School Closures

[ENOUGH]
Chicago's Black Students Face Massive School Closures

by Rod McCullom

Last week, Chicago Public Schools announced a Read More

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[ENOUGH]<br />
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[ENOUGH]
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[ENOUGH]<br />
Black Students Overwhelmingly Affected by Chicago Public Schools’ Proposed Closures<br />

[ENOUGH]
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The Cost of Education vs. Incarceration

[ENOUGH]
The Cost of Education vs. Incarceration

by Chris Williams

Just how much is Black life worth? Over the past four centuries, the answer to this question has been complex. And the… Read More

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STEM: The Next Great Education Divide<br />

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In President Obama’s Inauguration speech and recently in the first State of the Union address of his second term, he stressed… Read More

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by Colorlines

It used to be that getting in a schoolyard fight meant a trip to the principal’s office—detention, maybe. But in Florida… Read More

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