Stop Berating Black and Brown Parents Over Charters (and Give Your Twitter Fingers a Rest)

On his blog A Teacher's Evolving Mind, TU Director of Government Relations Nate Bowling  calls out attacks on parents who turn to charter schools in an effort to serve their children's well-being. A "charter agnostic," Nate notes the related conflicting lenses: "For activists this is a long-term societal-philosophical-cultural-political issue; for parents it’s an immediate, pragmatic what-is-best-for-my-child issue."

Click the title to read some of Nate's suggestions on how to bridge the gap from adversaries to allies in the interest of children, particularly those most affected by this debate: children of color.