MN Reading and Math Corps
At the Capitol
Looking back on the 2013-14 biennium, it is difficult not to be impressed with the sheer breadth of legislation that moved through the chambers. So don’t miss all the great info in this week’s update.
And, don’t forget to thank your legislators – all of them!
Brown v. Board; 60 Years Later
When a school’s population is decidedly of one race, is that school considered segregated? Does the same definition apply in a school of choice as well as a traditional school? Is access to equal resources the end goal or is equitable outcomes? What about housing patterns and their impact on school demographics? What will happen in 2025, when it is projected the current minority will become the majority in K12 schools? How we deal with these questions now will fashion public schools of the future. Read more…
How a ‘New Secessionist’ Movement Is Threatening to Worsen School Segregation
Brown vs. Board at 60
Long time civil rights activist challenges charter school
Number of mostly white suburban charters has risen by 40% over 5 years
Brown at 60
Parents United Updates
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