Advancement Project California The Best Resistance is Our Collective Success

The Best Resistance Is Our Collective Success. #ResistANDBuild

This is the final post of a three-part series on the current racial equity and social justice landscape in California by John Kim, Executive Director of Advancement Project California. Read part one here and part two here. In the last blog post, I wrote about both the promise and potential perils of California leading the

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LAUSD Leads the Development and Adoption of Dual Language Learner Policy

By Vickie Ramos Harris, Associate Director of Education Policy, Education Equity On Tuesday, April 18, the Los Angeles Unified School Board passed the resolution, Preparing LAUSD Students for the Global Economy: Building A Dual Language Immersion Pilot In Early Childhood Education (Rodriguez, Ratliff, García). This resolution creates a plan to pilot Dual Immersion programs in

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Should California Lead the Resistance?

This is the second post of a three-part series on the current racial equity and social justice landscape in California by John Kim, Executive Director of Advancement Project California. Since his inauguration, with each new tweet and executive order, President Trump is sending a clear message to the American people. It is not a reassuring

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