Every child has the right to an equal, public education.
The US Constitution requires that all children have equal access and to be provided with an equal education. This means that regardless of race, disability, wealth, sexual orientation, HIV status, pregnancy, gender, US citizen or non-citizen, age. People who are in the US illegally still have the right to attend public school. In Brown v. Board of Education, the Supreme Court mandated that segregation could no longer occur in public schools.
Our communities need culturally competent teachers:
Create and build a postgraduate path to success for all students: