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Weekly News Roundup

January 17, 2011 – January 23, 2011

Washington state must close achievement gap
Dr. Thelma Jackson, The Olympian, January 22, 2011

Mentor looks beneath the surface to find students’ hidden potential for success
David Lauderdale, Island Packet, January 22, 2011

Class size takes back seat in education debate
JK Wall, IBJ News, January 22, 2011

Digital competition looks for visionary South L.A. youth
Olu Alemoru, LA Wave, January 20, 2011

LHS student attends national youth forum
Cobie Crews, The Winston County Journal, January 19, 2011

Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference Kicks Off Thursday
Staff Writer, Texas A&M News, January 18, 2011

Black children face tough conditions,elders tell pollster
Gabriel Weinstein, Scripps Howard News Service, January 18, 2011

Student tracking finds limited learning in college
Staff Writer, Associated Press, January 18, 2011

Black leaders regroup to address widening poverty among African American children
Krissah Thompson, Washinton Post, January 17, 2011

1,500 students march through downtown Grand Rapids for Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
Garret Ellison, The Great Rapids Press, January 17, 2011

It boils down to parenting
Staff Writer, Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff, January 17, 2011

American Schools More Segregated Today than they were when MLK was killed
Ezra Klein, The Washington Post, January 17, 2011

NAACP Earns F For Criticism Of School On MLK Holiday
Kris Broughton, Big Think Reports, January 16, 2011

Young black professionals making their way in the Northwest
Seattle Times, April Simpson, January 16, 2011

Progress is being made on reforms for city schools
Malik Evans, Democrat and Chronicle, January 16, 2011


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