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Want to Fix U.S. Schools? Look to Native American Communities

Want to Fix U.S. Schools? Look to Native American Communities

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Hidden in a corner of this city, amid a gleaming office park, strip malls, vacant lots, Interstate 40, and perhaps the city’s nicest Starbucks, is a two-story school that holds one of the country’s most promising educational models for Native American students. The Native American Community Academy sits in New Mexico’s biggest […]…

Report: Trump Immigration Adviser Backs ‘Muslim Registry’

Report: Trump Immigration Adviser Backs ‘Muslim Registry’

WASHINGTON (AP) — An immigration adviser to President-elect Donald Trump and a possible candidate for a top government post wants to make some changes at the Homeland Security Department, including recreating a system that required certain immigrants, including men and boys from 25 mostly Muslim nations, to register with the federal government upon their arrival. […]…

Investing in Public School Students in Ark. Carries Benefits for All

Investing in Public School Students in Ark. Carries Benefits for All

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A young professional family told me recently they are thinking of leaving Arkansas because the state isn’t committed to education and opportunities for their kids. Another parent of a child with special needs told me she’s frustrated her school can’t afford the help her child needs to get her reading up […]…

A Light of Hope: A Q&A on Haitians, Hurricane Matthew and the U.S.

A Light of Hope: A Q&A on Haitians, Hurricane Matthew and the U.S.

Weeks before Hurricane Matthew dealt Haiti its worst tragedy since the deadly 2010 earthquake, Marleine Bastien of Haitian Women of Miami was helping to secure safe passage for Haitians seeking entry to the U.S. The thousands of people didn’t come directly from Haiti, nor were they entering Florida ahead of the storm. They were attempting […]…