Lewis Diuguid

July 29, 2014 7:00 AM

Schools must ‘shut up and listen’ to students

Schools must address the silencing effect they have on children and how it shapes the “academic failure for students of color, poor students and a host of other oppressed students,” educator Christopher B. Knaus writes.

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