WASHINGTON — A photograph of Donald Trump, Muhammad Ali and Rosa Parks that the founder of Trump’s “diversity coalition” hailed as evidence the Republican nominee won an “NAACP medal” for “helping America’s inner cities” was actually...Show More Summary
Position puts him at odds with NAACP, which has called for charter school moratorium
Click here for reuse options! Seeking oversight, civil rights protections and transparency. The charter school industry is coming under increased attack by national civil rights leaders for its unequal and antidemocratic practices in...Show More Summary
The NY affiliate of the ACLU, the NYCLU, joins the NRA, the NAACP, the NYT editorial board, the Legal Aid Society and others in support of knife law reform. This post NRA Joins NAACP, New York Times, NYCLU, and others to Support Knife Law Reform appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
To the chagrin of charter advocates, on Friday, the national board of the NAACP ratified an earlier resolution (pdf) that called for a moratorium on charter schools. Given the ample sources of opposition to charter schools, as well as mixed results, we should only be surprised that it’s taken this long for a major black civil rights […]
Ever since Bush II and the dregs of Bill Clinton's DLC successfully framed NCLB's undeniable assault on public education, poor children, and their teachers as a civil rights crusade, I have been amazed at how acquiescent the NACCP has...Show More Summary
NJ NAACP State Conference held their annual convention this past weekend in Cherry Hill. Many remarkable speakers, including Dr. Marc Lamont Hill and Mr. Joe Madison (The Black Eagle), reminded those attending of the work past and present of the NAACP....Read more
A Minnesota NAACP branch demanded a formal investigation and apology after a black man walking in the road was arrested.
Last week's Chris Edley talk at the Teachers College included lots of conversation about education and politics, but no indication of the Democratic candidate's position on the NAACP resolution, according to Chalkbeat coverage of the event.
Members of Memphis List rode three buses to Cincinnati to protest the @NAACP decision on charter schools commercialappeal.com/story/news/edu… Protesters interrupt NAACP board meeting in Cincinnati http://ow.ly/sALF305fvC4 The NAACP Takes...Show More Summary
On Saturday, the NAACP passed a resolution codifying a call made earlier this year for a moratorium on charter schools. This call signals that the NAACP, and other major minority activist groups, are no longer serving the real interests of the people they claim to represent. Show More Summary
On October 15, 2016, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) ratified a resolution for a moratorium on charter schools. Below is the text of that resolution, which was voted on by the NAACP membership at...Show More Summary
The NAACP board of directors voted Saturday to confirm a resolution that recommends an end to the expansion of charter schools, which currently educate about 6 percent of the nation’s public school students. The controversial move has...Show More Summary
The demonstrators protested the decision by the civil rights organization to call for a moratorium on charter school expansion and the stren...
Principal Jondré Pryor of KIPP South Fulton Academy (KSFA) is just one among many corporate education reform schoolers who are wringing their hands over the NAACP's 2016 decision to support a strongly-worded resolution calling for a moratorium on the spread of privately-operated charter schools (see resolution at bottom of this page). Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Oligarchs like Washington Post owner/Amazon founder Jeff Bezos lead the corporate push for privatization of public schools. On successive days this week, editorials in two of America’s most influential daily...Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Corporate push for privatization of public schools is led by oligarchs like Washington Post owner, Amazon's Jeff Bezos On successive days this week, editorials in two of America’s most influential dailyShow More Summary
On Saturday, the NAACP will vote on a resolution essentially condemning charter schools as an enemy...
The N.A.A.C.P. has raised legitimate concerns that lawmakers and education officials need to take seriously. It notes, for example, that minority students are more likely to be suspended from charter schools than their white peers. That...Show More Summary