The single biggest cause of the achievement gap is students with economic disadvantages concentrated in the same schools.
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“We teach the children of these farm workers, and it was important to us that we help their families.”
The data on the number of students who are bullied, who feel unsafe, and who have an active plan for suicide is shocking.
Our Dreamers are students, educators, our neighbors and friends. Congress needs to act now!
“I find so much inspiration in the way my students are handling this.” — DACA activist and UMass Boston professor Loan Dao
This department didn’t come together overnight. It is the culmination of many years and even generations of struggle.
A steady rise in racist incidents is sending a chilling message across America’s college campuses.
The day President Trump rescinded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), it seemed like my dream of becoming a teacher was being yanked out from under me.
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