News and Advocacy

For the past couple weeks, Chicago based Groupon has handed over its social media audience of 22 million to African American entrepreneurs, activists, and leaders to amplify their voices during the

Part III

In Part One of this series we looked at the origins of racism. In Part Two we analyzed several forms of racism with a focus on conditioned racism.

Part II: Racism Defined / How Racism Works

Part One of our primer on confronting American racism discussed the creation of racism.

Here is a list of resources for school leaders looking for information on coronavirus, COVID-19.
AFSA is partnering with JASON Learning to deliver a professional development program for school leaders tasked to manage education for students via technology during the coronavirus crisis.

Benefit Day Graphic

The graphic below was designed for school leaders. Its purpose is to clarify the benefit day policy during the CPS COVID-19 school closure. Click or click on the graphic to enlarge it.

The American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA), AFL-CIO, calls on all schools across the nation to close immediately.
Donald Trump promised that, if he was elected, “American worker[s] will finally have a president who will protect them and fight for them.” Has he kept this promise?

Black girls are twice as likely to be suspended in every state, and it’s not because of more frequent or serious misbehavior, a bold headline in U.S. News and World Reports states.

For years, this statistic has stood out to educators, raising great concern nationwide.