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Does your curriculum celebrate or suppress student perspectives? | Chancellor Richard Carranza

So I am so thrilled to be in New York City, but you see, I wasn’t born in New York…

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#YouthInAction: Teens Take Charge • BRAVE NEW FILMS

– 65 years after Brown V. Board, and here I am talking about segregation in New York City. One of…

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LOW-COST SCHOOLS, revolutionising education in AFRICA? – VisualPolitik EN

Africa is a continent of challenges, great challenges. We’re talking about a continent that has begun a process of modernization,…

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