Building a Black Male Pipeline into Public Education
SACRAMENTO OBSERVER — “Innovation,” “brotherhood,” and “Black excellence” were some of the words used by Wright, and other panelists and…Read More »
STEM Is the Future. So How Do We Get More Black Kids Involved?
SACRAMENTO OBSERVER — A new Pew Research Center poll of Black Americans found that Black adults cited seeing more Black high achievers…Read More »
Black and Hispanic Students Find Their Voice Through Civics Education in Sacramento
SACRAMENTO OBSERVER — The civics education program provides space for marginalized students of color to dream and create actionable change.…Read More »
Children from Low-Income Families are Falling Behind in Literacy During the Pandemic
SACRAMENTO OBSERVER — Many states around the country are cracking down on literacy and reading proficiency. At least 17 states…Read More »
Colleges Are Ditching the SAT, But Should Black Students Still Take it?
SACRAMENTO OBSERVER — Like any new practice, it will take some time to accurately characterize any changes. But we are quickly…Read More »
California Association of African American Superintendents and Administrators (CAAASA) holds annual summit in Sacramento
SACRAMENTO OBSERVER — The three-day, professional development conference will feature workshops, designed to raise awareness of issues impacting African American…Read More »
Boosting Adult Literacy Rates in the Black Community
SACRAMENTO OBSERVER — “Almost every social and economic issue is inextricably linked to low literacy,” Michele Diecuch, the senior director…Read More »