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“Disproportionately Affected”: USA Today Speaks to Professor Courtney Mauldin About School Dress Codes

Sexist, racist and classist: Why the feds are getting involved in school dress codes (USA Today | Jan. 23, 2023) Students, advocates, researchers and now a congressional watchdog agency are...
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Professor Courtney Mauldin Discusses “Over-Policed” School Dress Codes with U.S. News, EdWeek

Why School Dress Codes Are Often Unfair (U.S. News & World Report | Dec. 23, 2022) School dress codes have been a topic of debate between students, parents and administrators...
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InclusiveU Director Brianna Shults Discusses SCSD Partnership with Urban CNY

Special Education Students Experience College—and Independence—through SCSD and SU Partnerships (Urban CNY | Dec. 17, 2022) Each morning last year, Emilio Smith got on the bus at his house and...
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Breedlove Readers Book Club Featured on NBC’s “The Kelly Clarkson Show”

On Dec. 16, 2022, The New York Times bestselling authors Angie Thomas and Nicola Yoon joined NBC host Kelly Clarskon to discuss their new young adult novel Whiteout and share...
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Syracuse.com Speaks to Professor George Theoharis About Falling Math Scores

Which Onondaga County schools saw falling math scores during Covid? An exclusive analysis (Syracuse.com | Nov. 11, 2022) Before Covid-19 closed schools and turned classroom time into remote learning, nearly...
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“Work to Be Done”: Professor Nicole Fonger Addresses Tech Education Racism with LifeWire

Tech Education Is Racist—Here’s How to Fix It, Experts Say (LifeWire | Nov. 4, 2022) It’s often tough getting ahead in the tech industry for members of underrepresented groups in...
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Professor George Theoharis to CNYCentral: Take Lower Test Scores Seriously, and Support Teachers

Post-pandemic learning, a new report shows dropping student math, reading scores in CNY (CNYCentral | Oct. 28, 2022) Students may be back in the classroom, but they are still feeling...
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Professor George Theoharis Comments to Arizona Central on School Staff Shortages

From bus drivers to care workers, Arizona schools struggle to find staff. Sometimes, parents fill the gaps (Arizona Central | Oct. 20, 2022) Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kyrene School...
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Donna DeSiato G’04 Cites School of Education Collaboration as She Responds to ESM Threats

As reported by LocalSyr.com (Sept. 26, 2022), East-Syracuse Minor, Solvay, Corcoran, and Henninger high schools in the Syracuse area experienced a spate of racial threats of violence across September 25...
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Professor George Theoharis Weighs In on School Cell Phone Bans

An Onondaga County high school is cracking down on cell phones. Will it last? (syracuse.com | Sept. 7, 2022) Cam Aitchison, who will be a sophomore at Liverpool High School...
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