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According to a new report, nine out of 10 educators have noticed "a negative impact on students' mood and behavior" since the election. Education workers shared stories on what's changed in their schools since the election.
In partnership with DonorsChoose.org, Target will give up to $5 million to fund kids’ ideas that help students across the country live healthier, more active lives.
Political and religious leaders decry “social engineering” by Obama administration.
The research shows gay, lesbian or bisexual youths are bullied more than other children even long before they identify their sexuality.
The mom of a Latino student at Coronado Middle School in Texas says she was told her son’s haircut could be considered gang-related.
And dark-skinned Black girls have it even worse than lighter-skinned Black girls. Here are examples.
Hint: It’s not the South, even though the region has “lost all of the additional progress made after 1967.” See the newest research here.
Forty-five percent of New York City eighth-graders got into top-tier high schools, but only 5 percent are Black and 7 percent are Latino. Why is there such a large diversity gap in elite schools when NYC is one of the most diverse cities in the world?
Diversity and inclusion can’t succeed in workplaces that allow bullying at any level. What can you do to prevent and stop bullying in your company and in schools, where it begins?