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Category: News

Untangling the Thread

There has been no shortage of analyses of the events in our nation’s capital this week. This article in Five Thirty Eight summed it up pretty accurately, that what we witnessed in Washington, D.C. is the violent outgrowth of a belief system that argues that White...

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Thought Leader Thursday : Saying Goodbye to 2020

We are wrapping up 2020 this week and taking a little break. It has been a year full of unbelievable sadness, great loss, and profound change. Here at Integrated Schools, we’ve spent the last year mourning the loss of our founder, Courtney Everts Mykytyn. It shook us...

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BOOK CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT!

As we close out 2020, we want to say how grateful we are for all the participation in this years book clubs. Book club was important to our founder, Courtney, and as we close out our first year without her, it gives us much hope that we had record participation in our...

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The Century Foundation Report on School Integration

Our friends at The Century Foundation published a new report last week, "Here Is What School Integration in America Looks Like Today" that is DEFINITELY worth a read. Many thanks to HALLEY POTTER AND MICHELLE BURRIS for their hard work on this. You can search by area...

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Nice White Parents in Nashville

This is a cross-posting from our friend, Peter Piazza, at the School Diversity Notebook. You can find the original post here. I’ve had a lot of conversations recently about Nice White Parents. And, understandably so- it’s a remarkably engaging story about something...

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