Worse than the dire academic and achievement statistics for our nation's male students of color is the notion that those dismal numbers (graduation rates, drop out rates, testing scores, etc.) are repeated so often that they may be losing their shock value and, consequently, their ability to inspire action. In the February issue of Phi Delta Kappa Magazine, Pedro Noguera, the Peter L.
Below are the organizations, studies and data you can consult for information on the opportunity gap and the negative impact it has on the ability of of every child to have access to a quality education.
Below are the key organizations to watch and listen to in the fight against vouchers and state-funded tax-credit programs.
Americans United for the Separation of Church and State
Below are organizations and studies documenting the harmful effects of vouchers on our nation's students and public school system: