Category Archives: National Equity Project Board Members

Philanthropic Support for Black Men and Boys

This month National Equity Project board member Gregory Hodge will participate on a panel at the Foundation Center in San Francisco on “Philanthropic Support for Black Men and Boys: Where Do We Go From Here?”  Other panelists represent organizations including … Continue reading

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A policy in need of turnaround

This is a share from the Public Education Network weekly news blast: In a commentary in Education Week, [National Equity Project Advisory Board member] Pedro Noguera and Alan Blankstein lament the approach to school turnarounds prescribed by the DOE, which they … Continue reading

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Linda Darling-Hammond | Teacher and School Reform in International View

Our Advisory Board member Stanford University Professor of Education Linda Darling-Hammond blogged at the Answer Sheet at the Washington Post about the recent International Summit on Teaching: “…it was, perhaps, the first time that the growing de-professionalization of teaching in … Continue reading

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The Value of Coaching

Our colleague and sometimes collaborator Elena Aguilar wrote a great blog on coaching for Ed Week a few weeks ago that outlined her insights on coaching.  One point particular resonates with us: “…a coach needs to be an expert at … Continue reading

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Effective Teaching Discussion with Pedro Noguera

Our Advisory Board member, NYU education professor and authority on urban schools, Pedro Noguera spoke with Oakland’s Effective Teaching Task Force last week and shared a lot of good ideas and many compelling examples of schools that are fostering strong … Continue reading

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We’ve Launched!

Thank you to the 200+ friends, educators, community members, and supporters who attended our launch event, Deliver on the Promise: Leading for Equity in Schools and Communities on October 29, 2010.  We were proud to host Angela Glover Blackwell, Founder … Continue reading

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