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Fighting for Public Education with the Activist Hippies, the Original Hipsters

Austin is well-know for its hipsters that wander the streets during our SXSW music festival. But, did you know that “Hippies” were the original “Hipsters”? From Wikipedia: The hippie (or hippy) subculture was originally a youth movement that arose in the United States during the mid-1960s and spread to other countries around the world. The word […]

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Just Tryin to Make My Momma Proud

From the Huffington Post: Expert Slams ‘Education On The Cheap’ For Latino Students VOXXI is dedicated to recognizing those working in the field of education for making a difference and setting the example for our future generation. Inequality continues to be the plight facing Latino and minority students in America. However, from coast to coast […]

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Who’s Smarter Than Texans?: Math and Science Test Scores Compared to the World and Nation

Are U.S. students really as horrible in math and science as the media would have us to believe? How do “reform” oriented states like Texas, Florida and Louisiana stack up against other nations across the world? Other U.S. states? While perfect apples to apples comparisons between U.S. states and international education data do not exist, […]

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