The Freedom to Choose a School is Simply a Matter of Principle (Guest Blogger: Matt Halvorson)

In response to NAACP-American Federation of Teachers, Inc. ganging up on charter schools, dozens of articles and blogs have dedicated space to the NAACP-AFT, Inc. corporate merger and the subsequent beatdown of the greatest threat to their ill-gotten empire.  Further, the Brown vs. Board of Education case has recently starred in a number of think-pieces as a historical reference to both support and oppose school … Continue reading The Freedom to Choose a School is Simply a Matter of Principle (Guest Blogger: Matt Halvorson)

165 Years Later, Frederick Douglass’ Speech Sets America On Fire

The Fourth of July has come and gone but the sting of what it means lingers as I continue to read blog (great one from a Black man’s perspective) after blog (another great perspective from a “conscious American”) validating – even exacerbating – the pain. Our collective awareness of the fragility of Black people in today’s society has never been so heightened, so up close, so real. … Continue reading 165 Years Later, Frederick Douglass’ Speech Sets America On Fire