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Increasing Access: A Free Week at Camp EDMO for BIPOC Kids

Increasing Access: A Free Week at Camp EDMO for BIPOC Kids

Summer camp isn’t just a place for students to go when school is out, it’s an opportunity to enrich and foster a child’s sense of adventure, imagination, and curiosity. This is why Camp EDMO is offering an opportunity for BIPOC-identifying kids to attend one week of camp in-person for FREE.
The Case for Community-Centered Charter Schools

The Case for Community-Centered Charter Schools

Charter schools were always meant to solve community challenges: access to learning opportunities, stagnant education models, lack of specialized schools based on student needs. In the two decades since charter schooling first became popularized, have they succeeded? 
The Power of Narrative Framing: No More Achievement Gap

The Power of Narrative Framing: No More Achievement Gap

Language is inherently viral, which is how new phrases enter our lexicon seemingly overnight. It’s true in popular culture (many of us on the team just learned what ‘no cap’ means) and in the socio-political sphere. The term ‘anti-racism’ was not invented in 2020, but its use has gone viral as the way to describe in eleven short characters the work we as individuals and a nation need to do to identify and eliminate racism by changing the systems, structures, policies and practices that protect and promote it.

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