Month: November 2016

Keep Telling Your Truths…..Stay Ignited

By Bernita Bradley In Detroit, In Lansing: Keep Telling Your Truths and stay ignited.  Parents, this year was a rough one. We rallied, sent letters, broke bread with state reps and participated in hard conversations with some who we deem not to be supportive of our children getting what they deserve in their schools.   My hat goes off to us. I…

Keep Telling Your Truths…Stay Ignited

By Bernita Bradley In Detroit, In Lansing: Keep Telling Your Truths and stay ignited.  Parents, this year was a rough one. We rallied, sent letters, broke bread with state reps and participated in hard conversations with some who we deem not to be supportive of our children getting what they deserve in their schools.   My hat goes off to us. I…

A Moment for Education Leaders

By Amber Arellano Like you, my organization is deeply troubled by widespread reports of racially charged bullying, intimidation and harassment that have been happening in Michigan public schools. Racially – charged chants, immigrant children breaking down in tears at school … This is not what public education stands for in our state. Yet I’m also heartened to see the many leaders…

New Hope….For a New Detroit School Board

By Brian L. Love Everyone has been paying a lot of attention to the victory of President-Elect Trump (I’m guilty too) and what it means to our nation. How will he approach defense, our economy, law enforcement and education? To be sure, we will be following these developments for the next four years. Looking closer to home. What will Detroit’s…

New Hope…For a New Detroit School Board

By Brian L. Love Everyone has been paying a lot of attention to the victory of President-Elect Trump (I’m guilty too) and what it means to our nation. How will he approach defense, our economy, law enforcement and education? To be sure, we will be following these developments for the next four years. Looking closer to home. What will Detroit’s…

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