Monthly Archives: August 2018

Hear LatinX TalX: A Sharing LatinX Journeys Podcast About Community Schools, Charter Schools & Cloaking Inequality

For your drive! Hey, check out this track on SoundCloud: LatinX TalX: A Sharing LatinX Journeys Podcast Episode 14: Community Schools, Charter Schools & Cloaking Inequality chat with Will Ortiz-Febus and Dr. Julian Vazquez Heilig Please Facebook Like, Tweet, etc below and/or reblog to share this discussion with others. Check out and follow my YouTube channel here. Twitter: @ProfessorJVH Click here for Vitae.

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If You Answer Yes to These Questions, You should do this.

Do you agree with each of the following questions? Should we increase funding for early education programs? Should we support legislation written by leaders to provide millions of dollars to school districts to keep kids in school and out of the criminal justice system? Should we provide financial resources for youth in foster care have the opportunity to go to

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Breaking News: @CANAACP Recommends Governor Sign Ban on For-Profit Charters

The NAACP is again standing up for transparency and accountability for charter schools. Considering the ongoing failure of online and traditional for-profit charter schools, it makes sense that California is on the cusp of explicitly banning them via AB 406. If California takes this step, I suspect that other states will follow our lead. Exclusive to Cloaking Inequity, here is

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Voted “Media Mogul” by Peers and Welcome Frank!

After this past weekend’s depressing news in the post Trump Administration Forcing Detained Children to Attend Online, For-Profit Charter School? How about something a little lighter? Last week, the California State University Sacramento College of Education held our annual retreat to kick off the school year! The leadership team of the college added a few awards to recognize faculty for their “achievements.”

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Administration Forcing Detained Children to Attend Online, For-Profit Charter School?

Is the US forcing detained migrant and refugee children to choose an online, for-profit charter school in Texas? The stories of refugee and migrant children torn from their parents and sent to detention centers is one of the most heinous violations of human rights that United States has experienced in recent times. Sadly, it’s a continuation of discriminatory policies and

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