It’s hard to find an educator — whether based in a school or a community — who doesn’t agree that resources and relationships are critical to youth success. Research clearly shows that more is better—– both in terms of number and diversity — so long as the inputs are positive. But who defines positive?


Students’ and teachers’ rights to educational resources that help them explore the history and current realities of different races, cultures, identities, and perspectives are being curtailed by school boards and legislatures…


The current attempts to limit students’ access to officially sanctioned school-bound content that acknowledges the history and diversity of our communities and country coincides with an insidious insistence that the bounded relationships formed in school are the only ones that matter for student success… 

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