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NANCY PERKINS, STATE SCHOOL BOARD CHAIR IS JOINED BY FELLOW BOARD MEMBER PETER GEIGER, VICE CHAIR AND COINCIDENTALLY PUBLISHER OF THE FARMER'S ALMANAC.YES I WILL ASK HIM ABOUT THE WEATHER FOR THE SUPER BOWL, I PROMISE..
WE WORK A LOT WITH NASBE , THE ASSOCIATION AND SOMETIMES A LOT OF PEOPLE DON'T UNDERSTAND THE ROLE OF THE STATE SCHOOL BOARD NATIONWIDE. THIS IS AN IMPORTANT SHOW. ENJOY IT.
AFTER 60 YEARS OF THE HISTORICAL DECISION OF"BROWN VS. BOARD OF EDUCATION"
WHERE DOES AMERICA'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS STAND CONCERNING DESEGREGATION.....
Join us today as we take a look at Brown v. Board of Education after 60 years. What's Changed?
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the revolution of the mind continues...
May 17th marked a historic date in American history. 60 years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that segregation within the public school system was illegal and against the founding principles (the Constitution).
But here it is 2014 and the inequality gap in the nation's education system is greater than ever ... And getting worse.
Join the MadMen as we debate the stats about racial inequality in American schools and what the solutions may be.
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"A decade after the ruling, "Brown's moral guidance was translated into the enforcement measures of the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.Yet, in an era where some de facto segregation remains, Obama said "the hope and promise of Brown remains unfulfilled in education.We must continue striving toward equal opportunities for all our children, from access to advanced classes to participation in the same extracurricular activities," Obama wrote. "Because when children learn and play together, they grow, build, and thrive together." President Obama
A resident said she overheard Copeland use a slur at a restaurant in March and wrote to the town manager. Copeland, in an email to her, acknowledged using the slur in referring to the president and said he will not apologize.
“I believe I did use the ‘N’ word in reference to the current occupant of the Whitehouse,” Tom Copeland said in an email to his fellow police commissioners. “For this, I do not apologize – he meets and exceeds my criteria for such.”
Wolfeboro town manager asks police commissioner Tom Copeland to resign over Obama slur
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