In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with Richland School District’s Director of Educational Services, Brandon Bailey.
One in five individuals has a learning difference or attention challenge. While these individuals are in many cases just as capable as their peers, they face obstacles, stigma and misconceptions that others do not.
After decades as a highly regarded teacher and school leader in New Jersey, Principal Baruti Kafele began a journey to share his knowledge and experience with educators across the country.
Prompted by his upbringing and life experiences, Dr. John Hodge has dedicated his career to advocating for impoverished children and their families.
On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, Annette Stevenson is joined by Dr. Heather Bennett, PSBA’s director of school equity services, to discuss the existing equity issues that the pandemic has further brought to light.
This is the final episode of the three-part series focusing on how one school district in Pennsylvania has moved to embed equity into its education practice.
This two-part episode out of a three-part series focuses on how one school district in Pennsylvania has moved to embed equity into its education practice.
This two-part episode out of a three-part series focuses on how one school district in Pennsylvania has moved to embed equity into its education practice. In part 1, Mr. Ken Nickson, the coordinator of educational diversity, equity and inclusion at Erie Public Schools transports us to the diverse city of Erie and its school district.
How does equity become the lens through which all aspects of the educational experience are filtered? And why is this essential for the K-12 education system? Addressing the gaps of opportunity and supports for students goes beyond a checklist and may seem insurmountable.
A landmark 1954 Supreme Court case, now 65 years since—what have been the impacts and progress?