This dark horse list is a continuation of the initial ed sec list. The next president’s Ed sec will shape education for years to come.
The commitment to diversity in New York Specialized High School is B-S. These students deserve better. They deserve our attention. If this latest Varsity Blues scandal combined with the abysmal acceptance rates of Black students in New York Specialized High Schools isn’t a wake-up call, what is? Varsity Blues Scandal. In light of the VarsityContinue reading “New York City Specialized High School -BS-“
Eight Million: If we could “Cape” for our students of color the way we “cape” for actors and athletes, 8 million students would be better off. Imagine a world where we advocate for the education of the poor and disenfranchised, No Cap. There are Eight million students of color, currently receiving less than adequate instructionContinue reading “The Day We Cape for a Quality Education for PoC; Instead of Caping for Jussie and the likes. ‘No Cap’”
Anti-School Choice: Currently, there is much animus between traditional public-school pundits and advocates of school choice. School choice includes charter schools. In today’s society, I’m not sure how you can be an anti-school choice advocate. Admittedly, those that oppose and advocate against charter schools have some legitimate concerns. I consider them Anti-School Choice. This postContinue reading “The Anti-School Choice Noise”
If you win, criminal justice reform, black unemployment, education reform will become staples of your administration. We need this. Please consider this letter in deciding if you will run for president.
That’s a direct contradiction to her initial support for school choice. I don’t know which Senator Warren we’ll get if she’s elected president. It is for that reason that During the early stages of the 2020 presidential campaign, I can’t throw my support around Senator Warren.