Recent High School Graduates Share Suggestions To Combat Systemic Racism in Schools

From curriculum to policing, two former public high school students discuss changes toward education equity.

Policymakers often look to educators, administrators, and parents when trying to solve issues in schools. To discuss changes that need to be enacted to combat systemic racism in schools, and the daily issues Black students face, SLJ went to recent graduates. Here are their thoughts on what needs to be done.



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