Oceania Digital Media — Experts to Talk School Choice Policy in Florida at Roundtable Discussion, Film Screening

Posted 01/20/2015

Oceania Digital Media “Experts to Talk School Choice Policy in Florida at Roundtable Discussion, Film Screening” Event moderated by award-winning director Bob Bowdon; timed to coincide with National School Choice Week January 20, 2015 TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Jan. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ –When it comes to school choice policy inFlorida, what are leaders in Tallahassee doing right, and where could they …

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Watchdog.org — Emattled school in Little Havana experiencing déjà vu all over again

Posted 01/13/2015

Watchdog.org “Emattled school in Little Havana experiencing déjà vu all over again” By William Mattox January 13, 2015 Several days before the White House announced the U.S. would be normalizing relations with Cuba, a high school sophomore from Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood gave a speech that wowed a bipartisan group of state legislators and education …

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Context Florida — William Mattox: Embattled school in Little Havana fears déjà vu all over again

Posted 01/07/2015

Context Florida “William Mattox: Embattled school in Little Havana fears déjà vu all over again” By William Mattox January 6, 2015 Several days before the White House announced the U.S. would be normalizing relations with Cuba, a high school sophomore from Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood gave a speech that wowed a bipartisan group of state …

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The Town Talk — William Mattox: Protect progress in any language

Posted 01/05/2015

The Town Talk “William Mattox: Protect progress in any language” By William Mattox January 5, 2015 Several days before the White House announced the U.S. would be normalizing relations with Cuba, a high school sophomore from Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood gave a speech that wowed a bipartisan group at a conference sponsored by the Hispanic …

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Montgomery Advertiser — Progressive efforts can’t be defined by language

Posted 01/05/2015

Montgomery Advertiser “Progressive efforts can’t be defined by language” By William Mattox January 5, 2015 Several days before the White House announced the U.S. would be normalizing relations with Cuba, a high school sophomore from Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood gave a speech that wowed a bipartisan group at a conference sponsored by the Hispanic Council …

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USA Today — Protect progress in any language: Column

Posted 01/05/2015

USA Today “Protect progress in any language: Column” By William Mattox January 2, 2015 Several days before the White House announced the U.S. would be normalizing relations with Cuba, a high school sophomore from Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood gave a speech that wowed a bipartisan group of state legislators and education advocates at a conference sponsored by …

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Springfield News-Leader – Another Voice: Protect needy students from teachers’ union

Posted 01/04/2015

Springfield News-Leader “Another Voice: Protect needy students from teachers’ union” By William Mattox January 4, 2015 Several days before the White House announced the U.S. would normalize relations with Cuba, a high school sophomore from Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood gave a speech that wowed state legislators and education advocates at a conference sponsored by the …

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The Coloradoan — Column: Protect progress in any language

Posted 01/02/2015

The Coloradoan “Column: Protect progress in any language” By William Mattox January 2, 2015 Several days before the White House announced the U.S. would be normalizing relations with Cuba, a high school sophomore from Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood gave a speech that wowed a bipartisan group of state legislators and education advocates at a conference sponsored by …

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Context Florida: Private schools must pass the ‘Mary McLeod Bethune’ test

Posted 04/30/2014

Florida legislators demanding more “accountability” as a condition for expanding the state’s premier school-choice program could learn a very valuable lesson from the example set by the late, great Mary McLeod Bethune. When Bethune opened her Daytona School for Negro Girls in 1904, she knew success would depend on satisfying two different constituencies — parents …

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Pensacola News Journal: Viewpoint: Florida private schools must pass the test, too

Posted 04/28/2014

Florida legislators demanding more “accountability” as a condition for expanding the state’s premier school-choice program could learn a very valuable lesson from the example set by the late great Mary McLeod Bethune. For when Bethune opened her Daytona School for Negro Girls in 1904, she knew success would depend on satisfying two very different constituencies …

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