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  • 06/20/11 - Photo
    Addressing the Achievement Gap Symposium Photo Slideshow
    CDF & ETS Slide Show
  • Freedom Riders Watch Party at Howard University 05/17/11 - Photo
    2011 Freedom Riders Watch Party at Howard University
    Photo slideshow of 2011 Freedom Riders watch party at Howard University, hosted by the Children's Defense Fund.
  • Angie Salazar's Head Start to Harvard Story 03/29/11 - Video
    From Head Start to Harvard
    Here is the story of Angelica Salazar and her development from a Head Start student to a Harvard University student. Yet another example of why Head Start works!
  • Amy Wilkens 03/24/11 - Video
    Improving Support for Teachers: No More One-Shot Workshops at the Mariott
    Amy Wilkins, Vice President for Government Affairs and Communications at the Education Trust, talks about improving support for teachers through improved evaluation systems, and the need to provide low-income and minority children with “more than their fair share” of resources—including highly effective teachers.
  • 03/24/11 - Video
    The Black-White Achievement Gap Will Chill Your Blood
    Amy Wilkins, Vice President for Government Affairs and Communications at the Education Trust, shares the blood-chilling fact that the college attendance and graduation gap between Black and White students is larger than it’s ever been since 1970.
  • 03/24/11 - Video
    U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan Praises CDF Freedom Schools
    U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan praises the successes of the CDF Freedom Schools® program at a March 15th meeting at CDF. Freedom Schools improve child literacy by instilling a love of reading while providing positive role models through mentoring from student leader interns.
  • 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.
  • 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.

 

 

 

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