Are Great Educators Color Blind, Color Brave, or Agnostic?
Rosa Isiah with Rusul Alrubail
|“Why does it always have to be about race? I don’t see color.” While some educators see no need to discuss race and social justice in education, others wonder whythe need to talk more about these issues isn’t obvious.
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May 19, 2016 #WeLeadEd
Rusul Alrubail is an educator in residence at Design Cofounders. She is a co-creator of The Writing Project, an essay writing app for students currently in Beta. She is also an Edutopia blogger and an editor at Medium’s largest publication on Education: The Synapse. Rosa Isiah serves students as principal of Lucille Smith Elementary School Principal in California. Her experiences include 22 years in education. Founder of #WeLeadEd.
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