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Suspension rate among Black students in New Jersey increased last year

POLITICO’s Carly Sitrin wrote that “Black students in New Jersey were suspended from school last year at more than three times the rate of white students, according to a report from the state Department of Education. The state’s annual report…

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Read, Watch, Listen, Learn about Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism, August 12 – September 12, 2020

Coded Language Is Part of Our Racist Education System (Teen Vogue) “Coded language, as defined by the National Education Association (NEA), is language that ‘substitut[es] terms describing racial identity with seemingly race-neutral terms that disguise explicit and/or implicit racial animus.’”…

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ACE “Paths to Success” Series for Students

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Virtual Continuing Conversation on TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2020 at 7 pm; Racial Literacy in the Schools

2020 Vision for Racial Literacy & Justice: Clarity in spite of Chaos—Sharing from the PHS RLJ Community Please note the change of date to June 2 (7 pm) to hear Princeton High School students from the spring semester Racial Literacy…

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What 10 Students Learned From Having To Say Their Worst Thoughts On Race Out Loud

In 1973, Peter Kranz taught a class at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville called “Human Conflict: Black and White.”  “Here was a teacher who decided the only way to make racial progress was for students of different races…

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