Education JusticeCommunities of color are too often denied access to quality public education that is accountable to their communities, and as a result attend schools that are underfunded, under-resourced, and often subject to closure or corporate takeover. Advancement Project and our partners are leading the way in supporting the strengthening of public schools and opposing corporate takeover of public education. Our Quality Education for All campaign works with partners, allies and policymakers to secure equitable, high-quality public schools for all children.
The newsletter of resistance for people of color.
Colin Kaepernick and Jesse Williams Show Up for Racial Justice
Advancement Project is one of last organizations to receive portion of $1 million donation from former football player, social justice advocate
Are public schools making as much progress on school climate as they claim?
The district continues to suspend, expel, and arrest Black students and students with disabilities at disproportionate rates.
Education is richest when student bodies reflect the unique makeup of our communities.
A Community Review of Alexandria City Public Schools’ Implementation of Restorative Justice
Increasingly separate and unequal schools should be an alarm to everyone, not just the parents and allies of African-American and Latino students.
Every day that goes by is a day in which another Black student risks being criminalized and pushed out by Pinellas County Schools.
Insights from Three Schools in Denver