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The Expectations Project Statement on the Atlanta Murders

Washington, DC— We are devastated by the murders of 8 people in Atlanta, 6 of whom were Asian American women. We see this as a crime motivated by gender and race. Asian people face terrible [...]

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No Civil Rights for YOU

Our work at The Expectations Project is closely knit to the broader work of civil rights in America. The conditions of public schools are intimately tied to racial equity and justice. In light of [...]

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FIVE PRINCIPLES ON EDUCATIONAL EQUITY AND COVID-19: PRIORITIZING VULNERABLE STUDENTS DURING THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

We’re living in extraordinary times. Nationwide school closures resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic have not only disrupted millions of lives, they have further entrenched long-standing [...]

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Faith in Action: Tips and Tools for Education Advocacy

How do people of faith get involved in the fight to improve our nation’s public schools? The Expectations Project (TEP) has partnered with the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) to share our [...]

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Nicole Baker Fulgham Statement on the Murder of George Floyd and Demand for Equal Justice

Washington, DC— Today the founder and President of The Expectations Project, Dr. Nicole Baker Fulgham released the following statement in response to the murder of George Floyd, and the need to [...]

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Statement on COVID-19 and the Urgent Need to Continue Advocating for Our Nation’s Most Vulnerable Students

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 18, 2020 Dear advocates, partners and allies— With the rapidly developing COVID-19 national public health emergency we wanted to update you on some of the ways this [...]

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TEP Attends Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference

In September, TEP’s Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, Aaron Jenkins, attended the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference in Washington D.C. This event gathered policy [...]

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TEP Questions Candidates at Presidential Forum

Last month, Zakiya Jackson of The Expectations Project gathered in Atlanta with other faith leaders for the Presidential Conversations Series, brought together by the Black Church PAC and Pastor [...]

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Access to high-quality pre-K expanded statewide in Indiana

Following information sessions and advocacy training in February and March, a group of Indianapolis clergy mobilized around two bills facing the Indiana General Assembly (IGA) in the 2019 [...]

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TEP Leads Advocacy Training for Indianapolis Clergy

In March, Zakiya Jackson and Aaron Jenkins of The Expectations Project traveled to Indianapolis, IN to provide advocacy and education training to The Indianapolis Ministerium, a group of local [...]

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