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What Luper did with her students was revolutionary. Leveraging her role as an educator, she incorporated activism into her teaching, though the efforts here in Oklahoma remain invisible and overshadowed by the Greensboro sit-ins.
“I accepted the fact that seeking help is not a weakness but rather a tool for achieving success,” Oluwaseun Adebagbo.
National Parents Union releases its ‘Family Bill of Rights’ to ensure an equity-infused education recovery
National survey finds eight-in-10 parents want schools to require students and staff members who have been exposed to COVID-19 to stay home for two weeks before returning to the classroom; more than half would not send their children if this measure isn’t taken.
“If those vetoes stand, there will be a $111 million cut to public education,” Thompson warned.
“The relationships that I have with my students, staff, and families are irreplaceable, and I greatly miss them. However, I get to see them daily in their own environment on ZOOM,” stated school principal Lynnette Dixon.