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Equity: Supporting, Recruiting, and Retaining Teachers of Color

Equity: Youth Aim to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Equity: Valuing All Children by Valuing All Teachers

Equity: Youth Advocating for Their Community

Educational Video Center Produces National Award Winner

In The Spotlight

Equity: Supporting, Recruiting, and Retaining Teachers of Color

Drawing on interviews with four new teachers of Color in San Francisco public schools, case studies of the Seattle and Boston Teacher Residencies, and decades of research, “Beyond Brochures” identifies seven barriers people of Color face to become teachers, and offers recommendations for how teacher preparation programs and policymakers can address this growing problem. Read the entire report here.

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Equity: Youth Aim to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Over the past several years, youth leaders from Communities United (CU) and other organizations convened statewide efforts that led to the creation and passage of SB100. This new legislation, which took effect in September 2016, is the most comprehensive school discipline reform policy in the nation. It targets the disparate disciplinary practices that contribute to the “school-to-prison pipeline.”

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