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The Biden Administration Must Commit in the First 100 Days to Building Education Policies With Community, Not for It
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The Biden Administration Must Commit in the First 100 Days to Building Education Policies With Community, Not for It

Author Khalilah M. Harris urges the Biden administration to prioritize education equity within its first 100 days in office.

There are hopeful signs the Biden administration will be making a deep commitment to policies and practices that will advance educational equity and ensure every child has access to a quality school. Recently, future First Lady Jill Biden took to social media to make an explicit statement about the new administration’s commitment to quality schools for every child. But when it comes to education equity, words are great — action is better.

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Authors

Khalilah M. Harris

Managing Director