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End the Philly School District’s Unfortunate History of Prioritizing the Privileged.
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Black Students In Urban Schools Deserve Respect, Professionalism.
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Our Education System Is Not Broken, It’s Designed to Create Winners and Losers.
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Please Stop Using the Phrase ‘Achievement Gap.'
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