Education reform must directly support Black youth to advance community

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The public school system has continued to fail Black and brown communities since the United States’ education system was first integrated in 1954 (Brown v. Board of Education), leaving Black students and urban schools in cities such as Detroit most disenfranchised.


By Candis Caldwell


Education is a basic human right that every individual deserves without discrimination. Effective education systems prioritize student learning and teach essential skills such as reading, writing, and methods of understanding the world through critical and creative ways of thinking. 


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