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  • Youtube video image of Judith Browne Dianis 03/23/11 - Video
    Arrests in School: Where the Pipeline to Prison Begins
    Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director of the Advancement Project, discusses how policing in schools and excessive discipline open the pipeline to prison for many young black students.
  • Amy Wilkens 03/23/11 - Video
    Mythbuster
    Amy Wilkins, Vice President for Government Affairs and Communications at the Education Trust, refutes the myth that low-income and minority children are “too damaged” to learn.
  • 03/23/11 - Video
    Proposed Federal Budget Cuts Will Hurt Children
    Bob Greenstein from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities discusses the crisis children face by proposed federal budget cuts with Black community and faith leaders at the Children's Defense Fund.
  • Amy Wilkens 03/23/11 - Video
    Cheating our Children
    Amy Wilkins, Vice President for Government Affairs and Communications at the Education Trust, explains why and how poor and minority students are being cheated when it comes to their education. Across our country, our most vulnerable students are given the poorest schools, the newest teachers, and the least resources.
  • 03/23/11 - Video
    I Wish Parents Were Telling Me to Go Faster
    U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan tells Black community and faith leaders at the Children's Defense Fund that he wishes parents would demand more from our country's education system.
  • 03/23/11 - Video
    Babies are Not the Problem
    U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan addresses a group of Black community and faith leaders at the Children's Defense Fund, discussing the economic and moral imperative we have to improve education in the United States.
  • Youtube video image of Judith Browne Dianis 03/23/11 - Video
    Reevaluating School Discipline: Keep Kids in School
    Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director of the Advancement Project, talks about successes in Baltimore and Denver, where new approaches to school discipline are associated with higher graduation rates.
  • Youtube video image of Judith Browne Dianis 03/23/11 - Video
    Juvenile Court Judges Have Bigger Fish to Fry Than Suspended Students
    Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director of the Advancement Project, discusses collaboration between school administrators, juvenile justice officials, and local police to change the status quo on discipline, and urges advocates to spend an hour in a juvenile justice courtroom.
  • Amy Wilkens 03/23/11 - Video
    Mythbuster
    Amy Wilkins, Vice President for Government Affairs and Communications at the Education Trust, refutes the myth that low-income and minority children are “too damaged” to learn.
  • Youtube video image of Judith Browne Dianis 03/23/11 - Video
    Arrests in School: Where the Pipeline to Prison Begins
    Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director of the Advancement Project, discusses how policing in schools and excessive discipline open the pipeline to prison for many young black students.

 

 

 

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