CHICAGO, USA - AUGUST 27: People hold banners during a protest against racism and hate in Chicago, United States on August 27, 2017. People from different ethnicities and groups, gathered and marched from Federal Plaza Square to Trump Towers in order to defend and demand peace against the hate crimes and racist acts ending up in violent consequences. (Photo by Bilgin S. Sasmaz/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

How to Have ‘Courageous Conversations’ About Race That Can Help End Inequities in Our Schools

by Karen Baptiste, Florida ASCD Board of Directors With the election of our first black president, many clung to hope that we had entered a post-racial America. The recent events in Charlottesville proved that we are not as far along in this journey as we had hoped, a sad truth that many educators across the […]

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