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If I could go back…to the classroom

by guest contributor Jen Chau, originally published at The Time Is Always Right… [dedicated to V and Crane] If I could go back in time to my days as a teacher, I would do things very differently. Isn’t it easy … Continue reading

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How do parents come together to talk about race and education?

by Anti-Racist Parent columnist Vera L During this past school year, the idea of beginning a group for parents of African American students at my sons’ elementary school positioned itself in the forefront of my mind. There is already a … Continue reading

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The Racism Radar

by Anti-Racist Parent columnist Vera L My older son got into trouble again at school the other day. I learned about it from his younger brother, who gleefully greeted me after school with the news. “Mommy, Oliver, got benched today.” … Continue reading

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