DOE New Grading Policy Does Not Remedy Inequity in Remote Learning

The MORE caucus believes that it is inequitable to cumulatively grade academic work for the remainder of this academic year for student’s permanent records. Given the losses and traumas that the coronavirus pandemic has created and exacerbated, especially for our public schools students who are majority low-income and students of color, as well as theContinue reading “DOE New Grading Policy Does Not Remedy Inequity in Remote Learning”

MORE in the NYTimes: Parents Value School, But Society Doesn’t

MORE Member Brian Jones speaks out on behalf of parents and students, echoing MORE’s call for a socially just system in which all students have “the kind of humane, relaxed, resource-rich, joyful learning environments that wealthy children already enjoy.” Brian has taught in New York City public schools for nine years and is now pursuing aContinue reading “MORE in the NYTimes: Parents Value School, But Society Doesn’t”