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Black Student Voices: What Educators Should Know

By Bridget Fetsko — August 13, 2020 5:06

Education Week spoke with 10 Black high school students from across the country about how they think issues of race and racism should be handled in school. In the final video of this series, students share what they wish educators knew. Here they spoke about the importance of Black educators, the effects of racism and anti-Blackness in and out of school, and the need for teachers to better understand where students are coming from.

Bridget Fetsko
Visuals Intern Education Week
Bridget Fetsko is a former visuals intern for Education Week.
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