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    Report Gives Insights By Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey‌ ‌California‌ ‌Black‌‌ Media What teachers think and experience in the public education system is explored in a new report by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (NAPCS). The report, named “Listen to Your Teacher: An Analysis of Teacher Sentiment on the State of Public Education,” was authored by NAPCS’s Vice ...
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    By Dianne Anderson More support for Black teachers may be coming soon to Cal State Long Beach and Cal State Dominguez Hills as campuses look to tap culturally competent and racially diverse educators for a PK-3 early childhood credential. A recent gift of $11 million to CSULB and $22 million for CSUDH from the Ballmer ...
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    The California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) College of Education has been awarded $1.59 million through the U.S. Department of Education’s first-ever Augustus F. Hawkins Centers of Excellence Program, which aims to increase high-quality teacher preparation programs for teachers of color, diversify the teacher pipeline, and address teacher shortages. CSUDH was the only California university represented ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Dani Andrade reminisces about her old stomping ground, A.B. Miller High School, and growing up in Fontana at a time when opportunities were slim or none. She started high school during the 2008 Great Recession when the campus didn’t have enough counselors, there were steep budget cuts, and her father had just ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Parents are trying to wrap their heads around pulling double duty in the coming months with their child students, even as many toggle making a living working from home. One struggling small business owner and mother of four in San Bernardino said she is glad that this year seems more organized than ...
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    By Julianne Malveaux Sixty-five years ago, the Supreme Court ruled, in the Brown v. Board of Education case, that the Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) doctrine of “separate but equal” was unconstitutional. That ruling ended legal segregation in public facilities, but it did not necessarily accomplish its goals in terms of school desegregation. Indeed, Richard Rothstein, ...
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    By Dr. Elizabeth Primas The latest data from the Center for American Progress shows that the average salary for an attorney is more than two times that of elementary and middle school educators. The Washington Post reported last week that nearly 1 in 10 hosts who rent out their apartments, homes and spaces on Airbnb ...