Teachers College, Columbia University

My friend Nadia (as you'll read) is nothing short of amazing. She's warm, inviting, and curious to learn about other people's
Young Black students, I wish my generation had taken the time to share with Black students of current times, that unifying and organizing, is a great thing because there is strength in numbers.
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In March, I continued my conversations with thought leaders around the world. The ABC of Gender Equality in Education: Aptitude
If we want to transform the K-12 education system to meet the needs and challenges of 21st-century citizenship and leadership, we need to ensure global learning is available for all.
There is not a magic bullet for education that can be imposed from the outside. Caring teachers, led by caring principals, have been and continue to be the solution.
"You can still walk into a kindergarten class in New York City on the first day of school, and simply on the basis of race and how kids are dressed, predict with frightening accuracy which kids are likely to graduate 13 years later."