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 [...]


Wow. Wait. What?! — Personal Reflection on COVID-19, Educational Equity and Trauma

This blog post is part of a special series on COVID-19 and Educational Equity featuring the perspectives of advocates, partners and team members who belong to The Expectations Project family. [...]


President Trump’s Budget Doesn’t Reflect My Values – Guest Post

The recent release of President Trump’s 2018 budget set off a social media firestorm. While the budget proposal is not a legally binding document, it does function as a blueprint of sorts, [...]


What Betsy DeVos left out of her HBCU statement (and why it should matter to people of faith)

In a statement yesterday celebrating the role of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Education Secretary Betsy DeVos failed to acknowledge historical context that gave rise to [...]


Are you doing these two powerful things to end education inequality?

You may believe all God's children deserve an amazing education, but is your congregation involved in at least one of these two powerful ways to bring hope for students? If not, you may be missing out.

Faith as a Catalyst for Social Change

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