The Color Orange: Violence in the School System

The Color Orange

All the bathrooms are locked, and there are school military police on every other floor…

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Moral Week of Action, Day 2: Education


Ms. Price was my kindergarten teacher. Ms. Price was not only my kindergarten teacher, she was also my Sunday school teacher.

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Compost? Secret Sauce to Cultivating New Leadership and Ministry

Compost Hyepin Im FTE

JUNE 19, 2014 | BY: HYEPIN IM — “Compost” is not the first thing to come to mind when picturing a conference on cultivating the next…

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U.S. Dependency Courts are like those in Locust Effect

Dependency Courts

FEB 18, 2014 | BY: JAMIE CALLOWAY-HANAUER –Having spent over a decade working within the foster care system, I have…

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What to Do with Smart-but-Poor Students (Who Mistakenly Believe They Deserve a Good College Education)

What To Do With Smart But Poor Students

JAN 14, 2014 | BY: KEVIN D. MILLER — Should the poor have a right to a college education in the United States? “Many people in our country…

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Now on the Red Carpet: Alberto Vega

Alberto Vega

DEC 9, 2013 | BY: MARGOT STARBUCK — Alberto Vega was born and raised in Camden, New Jersey, one of the most dangerous cities in…

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Now on the Red Carpet: David Montague

David Montague

DEC 2, 2013 | BY: MARGOT STARBUCK — A few weeks ago a friend was raving about the impact the Memphis Teacher Residency was having…

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