Trends from the Education Justice Listening Project

    Linda Stout Posted by Linda Stout.

    With Spirit in Action, the organization she founded in 2000, Linda helps bring people together to build trust so that all voices are heard as part of creating a collective vision for the future.

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    In the summer of 2013, Spirit In Action interviewed 36 education justice activists, including teachers, students, policymakers and other leaders to listen to their perspectives ....
    In the summer of 2013, Spirit In Action interviewed 36 education justice activists, including teachers, students, policymakers and other leaders to listen to their perspectives on the current state of public education in America. The interviewees’ stories and firsthand experiences relative to public schooling are helping us to better understand possibilities for reframing the national [Read More]

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    Sheryll Terrell

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    July 12, 2018

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