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  • Today we're excited to feature another partner organization: The Scott Foundation. This is the organization with which we began our journey of teaching Social Entrepreneurship Education at Hillbrook School and beyond, and we are so grateful for their continued partnership as we refine and amplify that work. The Scott Foundation works to empower children in the Bay Area, with focuses on educational equity & early childhood education; girls, women, and diversity in STEM; hunger relief; social entrepreneurship; and social impact. You can learn more about their amazing work at thescottfoundation.org!
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#SocialEntrepreneurship #SocialEntrepreneurshipEducation #Partnership #STEM #SocialImpact #EducationalEquity
  • Today we're excited to feature another partner organization: The Scott Foundation. This is the organization with which we began our journey of teaching Social Entrepreneurship Education at Hillbrook School and beyond, and we are so grateful for their continued partnership as we refine and amplify that work. The Scott Foundation works to empower children in the Bay Area, with focuses on educational equity & early childhood education; girls, women, and diversity in STEM; hunger relief; social entrepreneurship; and social impact. You can learn more about their amazing work at thescottfoundation.org!
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    #SocialEntrepreneurship #SocialEntrepreneurshipEducation #Partnership #STEM #SocialImpact #EducationalEquity

  •  16  1  2 November, 2019
  • Here at SSYC, we have 14 state of the art classrooms, 14 hard-working teachers, and 14 dedicated teachers assistants! We provide two days of Spanish immersion and three days of English immersion per week to be sure our SSYC children have the opportunity to learn and understand both languages!
  • Here at SSYC, we have 14 state of the art classrooms, 14 hard-working teachers, and 14 dedicated teachers assistants! We provide two days of Spanish immersion and three days of English immersion per week to be sure our SSYC children have the opportunity to learn and understand both languages!

  •  12  1  2 November, 2019
  • We are seeking a Finance Associate and a Finance Manager, School Support to join our finance team! Help us spread the word! Ideal candidates are committed to closing the achievement gap, have superb organizational and prioritizing skills, and have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Check out the job descriptions for both positions here: www.explorenetwork.org/apply. Should you refer someone who we hire, you could earn a $1,000 referral bonus!
  • We are seeking a Finance Associate and a Finance Manager, School Support to join our finance team! Help us spread the word! Ideal candidates are committed to closing the achievement gap, have superb organizational and prioritizing skills, and have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Check out the job descriptions for both positions here: www.explorenetwork.org/apply. Should you refer someone who we hire, you could earn a $1,000 referral bonus!

  •  6  1  1 November, 2019
  • Happy Halloween from SSYC! Our students here at SSYC love trick or treating in their festive costumes with their teachers! Today was filled with fun memories that our children will cherish forever! 👻🎃🕸 Have a safe and fun Halloween!
  • Happy Halloween from SSYC! Our students here at SSYC love trick or treating in their festive costumes with their teachers! Today was filled with fun memories that our children will cherish forever! 👻🎃🕸 Have a safe and fun Halloween!

  •  26  1  31 October, 2019
  • Students from diverse backgrounds and situations benefit from the type of support that nurtures emotional growth while simultaneously providing optimal conditions for effective learning and based on this knowledge, the “CARDS Professional Development Method” was created. 
Got Questions? 
Check Out The Website Then Click “The CARDS” Button!

https://theaccessglobalgroup.com/access-services
 #accessglobalgroup #gainaccess 
#educationalequity
 #socialawareness
 #culturalcompetency
  • Students from diverse backgrounds and situations benefit from the type of support that nurtures emotional growth while simultaneously providing optimal conditions for effective learning and based on this knowledge, the “CARDS Professional Development Method” was created.
    Got Questions?
    Check Out The Website Then Click “The CARDS” Button!

    https://theaccessglobalgroup.com/access-services
    #accessglobalgroup #gainaccess
    #educationalequity
    #socialawareness
    #culturalcompetency

  •  2  0  31 October, 2019
  • Today at 5! Learn about VIP and how to get involved at the center🤩😊🍕 #educationalequity
  • Today at 5! Learn about VIP and how to get involved at the center🤩😊🍕 #educationalequity

  •  11  0  30 October, 2019
  • Staff Highlight
Say hi to Mr. James 👋  He not only is our bus driver, he also helps in the kitchen!The children love seeing Mr. James in the hall and he always has a smile for each student.
Thank you for all you do, Mr. James!😃
  • Staff Highlight
    Say hi to Mr. James 👋  He not only is our bus driver, he also helps in the kitchen!The children love seeing Mr. James in the hall and he always has a smile for each student.
    Thank you for all you do, Mr. James!😃

  •  10  2  30 October, 2019
  • At a time when our Maryland schools are underfunded by billions & half of educators are working second jobs to make ends meet, we need a new school funding formula during the 2020 legislative session. 
#EducationalEquity #EconomicProsperity
  • At a time when our Maryland schools are underfunded by billions & half of educators are working second jobs to make ends meet, we need a new school funding formula during the 2020 legislative session.
    #EducationalEquity #EconomicProsperity

  •  19  2  29 October, 2019
  • A big thank you to everyone who donated their time and money last Thursday evening at our Golden Anniversary Gala! Through your support, SSYC students will continue to learn in a state of the art facility with 21st Century classrooms that will lift them academically and ensure their future success!
  • A big thank you to everyone who donated their time and money last Thursday evening at our Golden Anniversary Gala! Through your support, SSYC students will continue to learn in a state of the art facility with 21st Century classrooms that will lift them academically and ensure their future success!

  •  17  1  29 October, 2019
  • Our 2019 Education Summit sponsored by @shell is underway at @hcdetx! Wendy Wiseburn and John Henderickson, principals of Frazier and Field Elementary schools, sharing key characteristics of and practices implemented at their respective schools that have enabled their students to be high-performing, despite coming from a majority economically disadvantaged background.
Some of these include genuine passion for teaching, strong and consistent leadership, culture of high expectations, right teachers for the right kids, increased time on task, conscious discipline, engagement in high order thinking skills, and parent engagement among others!

#goldribbonschools #equityandexcellence #educationalequity #edsummit #2019edsummit #publiceducation #childrenatrisk #hcdetx #shell #forchildren
  • Our 2019 Education Summit sponsored by @shell is underway at @hcdetx! Wendy Wiseburn and John Henderickson, principals of Frazier and Field Elementary schools, sharing key characteristics of and practices implemented at their respective schools that have enabled their students to be high-performing, despite coming from a majority economically disadvantaged background.
    Some of these include genuine passion for teaching, strong and consistent leadership, culture of high expectations, right teachers for the right kids, increased time on task, conscious discipline, engagement in high order thinking skills, and parent engagement among others!

    #goldribbonschools #equityandexcellence #educationalequity #edsummit #2019edsummit #publiceducation #childrenatrisk #hcdetx #shell #forchildren

  •  5  0  29 October, 2019
  • MOTIVATIONAL MONDAY -- Check out this beautiful summer flashback from the TALMA classroom of our amazing alum, Sarah! Sarah spent her summer teaching at A-Tur School for Girls working with our Palestinian students in East Jerusalem. Take a look at this beautiful clip of her kiddos...with special guest appearances by her mom & aunt who came out to see how Sarah has spent her past FOUR summers with TALMA! (Full video on our FB page)

#OneDay #EducationalEquity #OpportunityForAll #TALMA
  • MOTIVATIONAL MONDAY -- Check out this beautiful summer flashback from the TALMA classroom of our amazing alum, Sarah! Sarah spent her summer teaching at A-Tur School for Girls working with our Palestinian students in East Jerusalem. Take a look at this beautiful clip of her kiddos...with special guest appearances by her mom & aunt who came out to see how Sarah has spent her past FOUR summers with TALMA! (Full video on our FB page)

    #OneDay #EducationalEquity #OpportunityForAll #TALMA

  •  17  0  28 October, 2019

Top #educationalequity Posts

  • Shoutout to I Have A Dream Foundation. Appreciate the love. #Repost @ihdfnational (@get_repost)
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@chrisemdin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University; where he also serves as Director of the Science Education program and Associate Director of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education. 
His teaching philosophy – “reality pedagogy” is rooted in the idea that respect and empathy play a critical role in student learning.

He is the creator of the #HipHopEd social media movement and the author of the award winning book, Urban Science Education for the Hip-hop Generation and the New York Times bestseller For White Folks Who Teach In the Hood and the Rest of Ya’ll too. “Education is not memorization. It is the activation of the imagination and a path towards liberation” ~ Dr. Christopher Emdin

#blackhistorymonth #qualityeducationforall #educationalequity
  • Shoutout to I Have A Dream Foundation. Appreciate the love. #Repost @ihdfnational (@get_repost)
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    @chrisemdin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University; where he also serves as Director of the Science Education program and Associate Director of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education.
    His teaching philosophy – “reality pedagogy” is rooted in the idea that respect and empathy play a critical role in student learning.

    He is the creator of the #HipHopEd social media movement and the author of the award winning book, Urban Science Education for the Hip-hop Generation and the New York Times bestseller For White Folks Who Teach In the Hood and the Rest of Ya’ll too. “Education is not memorization. It is the activation of the imagination and a path towards liberation” ~ Dr. Christopher Emdin

    #blackhistorymonth #qualityeducationforall #educationalequity

  •  378  12  25 February, 2019
  • As someone who has studied educational equity for the past 10 years, I know how complex and difficult good change is in urban public schools. However, I have not given up hope. Change starts with providing necessary resources for students, supporting teachers, and maintaining quality instruction for all students. Therefore, I stand with public school teachers as they make the tough decision to strike for a better public education for students.

Part of the reason for this strike is also because public education has become political, creating a division between those who value public education and those who value alternative school models (e.g., Charter school). As a product of public schools and a former board member of a Charter school, I have witnessed first hand the advantages and disadvantages of each system. While both have their challenges, it is our moral obligation that we hold school leaders like Beutner accountable in assuring that public traditional schools are able to thrive. Doing away with public schools is NOT the answer and if the strike goes in his favor this may be the case. The fact is that charter schools wouldn't exist in the first place if traditonal public schools were given the necessary tools to succeed. 
I urge you to support your local teacher, like my sister, and demand smaller class sizes, more counselors, and the necessary resources that students need to succeed. It is unfortunate that students will lose instructional time but much more can be lost over time if someone doesn't put pressure for change. For parents deciding to strike with teachers, the Mayor has provided the following supports for families here --> https://www.lamayor.org/StudentsAndFamilies
#standwithteachers #demandchange #supportpublicschools #educationalequity #productofapublicschool
  • As someone who has studied educational equity for the past 10 years, I know how complex and difficult good change is in urban public schools. However, I have not given up hope. Change starts with providing necessary resources for students, supporting teachers, and maintaining quality instruction for all students. Therefore, I stand with public school teachers as they make the tough decision to strike for a better public education for students.

    Part of the reason for this strike is also because public education has become political, creating a division between those who value public education and those who value alternative school models (e.g., Charter school). As a product of public schools and a former board member of a Charter school, I have witnessed first hand the advantages and disadvantages of each system. While both have their challenges, it is our moral obligation that we hold school leaders like Beutner accountable in assuring that public traditional schools are able to thrive. Doing away with public schools is NOT the answer and if the strike goes in his favor this may be the case. The fact is that charter schools wouldn't exist in the first place if traditonal public schools were given the necessary tools to succeed.
    I urge you to support your local teacher, like my sister, and demand smaller class sizes, more counselors, and the necessary resources that students need to succeed. It is unfortunate that students will lose instructional time but much more can be lost over time if someone doesn't put pressure for change. For parents deciding to strike with teachers, the Mayor has provided the following supports for families here --> https://www.lamayor.org/StudentsAndFamilies
    #standwithteachers #demandchange #supportpublicschools #educationalequity #productofapublicschool

  •  123  10  14 January, 2019
  • Tomorrow's the big day! Spring Break: Destination Education🎆 Celebrating 10 years of service and impact to the students of Los Angeles! • • •
1 in 4 kids in L.A. drop out. Our #AmeriCorps members are dedicated to ending that statistic. Will you join us?
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➡️Swipe for pics from our 2016 Spring Break event. Visit cityyearspringbreak.org for last minute ticket info.
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#GraduateLA #cityyearla #makebetterhappen #nationalservice #Stand4Service #educationalequity
  • Tomorrow's the big day! Spring Break: Destination Education🎆 Celebrating 10 years of service and impact to the students of Los Angeles! • • •
    1 in 4 kids in L.A. drop out. Our #AmeriCorps members are dedicated to ending that statistic. Will you join us?
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    ➡️Swipe for pics from our 2016 Spring Break event. Visit cityyearspringbreak.org for last minute ticket info.
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    #GraduateLA #cityyearla #makebetterhappen #nationalservice #Stand4Service #educationalequity

  •  259  5  6 May, 2017
  • Congrats to Educational Leadership, Policy, and Advocacy alum Mara Dorta for being featured in Yahoo News' piece on first-generation Latinx students overcoming the odds in pursuit of higher education!
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"'My parents immigrated here from Puerto Rico back in the ’60s. … They made a family in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and we survived all six of us in a two-bedroom tenement.' She attended a public high school and faired well academically, but wasn’t given the tools to prepare for an exam like the SAT. Discouraged by her guidance counselor, she only applied to two state schools and got into one in Buffalo, N.Y. 'It was a terrible fit. … I had no resources on campus. I didn’t know where to go, who to reach out to, to try to find community,' Dorta recalled. She ended up leaving in 2000 and felt like 'a complete failure.'
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Dorta reconnected with a friend from Buffalo who was working at New York University and told her about tuition remission. 'That’s where my journey kind of really blossomed. … I managed to finish my bachelor’s in four years working full-time and part-time.' Seven years after she received her bachelor’s, she earned an M.A. from NYU in educational leadership, politics and advocacy.
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'I’m now the director of college access and leadership at the YWCA Brooklyn. I get to work with amazing young women from all over Brooklyn, just like me still figuring this out, whose parents maybe don’t know the system, but we’re helping them navigate it.'" - Yahoo News
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#NYU #instaNYU #NYUSteinhardt #HigherEd #HigherEducation #EducationalEquity #EducationForAll #EducationFirst #EducationMatters
  • Congrats to Educational Leadership, Policy, and Advocacy alum Mara Dorta for being featured in Yahoo News' piece on first-generation Latinx students overcoming the odds in pursuit of higher education!
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    "'My parents immigrated here from Puerto Rico back in the ’60s. … They made a family in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and we survived all six of us in a two-bedroom tenement.' She attended a public high school and faired well academically, but wasn’t given the tools to prepare for an exam like the SAT. Discouraged by her guidance counselor, she only applied to two state schools and got into one in Buffalo, N.Y. 'It was a terrible fit. … I had no resources on campus. I didn’t know where to go, who to reach out to, to try to find community,' Dorta recalled. She ended up leaving in 2000 and felt like 'a complete failure.'
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    Dorta reconnected with a friend from Buffalo who was working at New York University and told her about tuition remission. 'That’s where my journey kind of really blossomed. … I managed to finish my bachelor’s in four years working full-time and part-time.' Seven years after she received her bachelor’s, she earned an M.A. from NYU in educational leadership, politics and advocacy.
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    'I’m now the director of college access and leadership at the YWCA Brooklyn. I get to work with amazing young women from all over Brooklyn, just like me still figuring this out, whose parents maybe don’t know the system, but we’re helping them navigate it.'" - Yahoo News
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    Photo credit: Yahoo News
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    #NYU #instaNYU #NYUSteinhardt #HigherEd #HigherEducation #EducationalEquity #EducationForAll #EducationFirst #EducationMatters

  •  393  3  15 October, 2019