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July 2, 2013

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May 10, 2013

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March 13, 2013

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March 13, 2013

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March 13, 2013

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March 10, 2013

“In her inimitable style, Barbara Miner has written an explosive educational biography of her hometown. The story of Milwaukee is really the multi-layered tale of how America has long avoided committing to the education of low-income students of color. A must read for anyone seeking the real back story of our educational policy-making.” — Lisa Delpit, selling author of Multiplication Is for White People” (The New Press) Monday, Mar. 11 in DC at Busboys and Poets, co-hosted by Teaching for Change
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Barbara Miner to speak in NYC, DC, Philadelphia, Chicago, Madison
March 8, 2013

Check out and share the schedule for Barbara Miner’s book tour with Lessons from the Heartland. As Lisa Delpit says of the book, “The story of Milwaukee is really the multilayered tale of how America has long avoided committing to the education of low-income students of color. A must-read for anyone seeking the real back story of our educational policymaking.”
via Zinn Education Project http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=bfe8e9iab&v=001Kq5KIUlW9l1ebaBmQY02hER5nhrq8XczCgm96vlmfYc__0qaP2XNX6XabDm3V6lEf0yxZsakQHAYgLU4sLnEot5V4bhtZg2IaToHC9n8CUzeKwH9uoHi91u1Ofz9xIrRvDNpdQlC7fGt85f-iNXYU_IHdhsfEVeN5HPoygXua1SFVFZ3TC3XUgfpkbJ6UzMstIPUSQ5AiohtTIrsV-xAGxMuhHnWVeoT… Read More » Read the rest »