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CharterFolk Contributor Brittany Kinser – Harnessing the Power of Advocacy: A Catalyst for Change in Milwaukee’s Education Funding

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Brittany Kinser, CEO and President of City Forward Collective. I provide Brittany’s bio below. Brittany Kinser has spent her professional life as a teacher and education leader, and currently serves as the CEO and President of City Forward Collective. After teaching in

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CharterFolk Contributors Kristin Levine and Mike Montoya – Strategic Moves Improve Outcomes for Schools

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Kristin Levine, Director of Academic Services, Stronger Consulting, and Mike Montoya, the CEO and founder of Stronger Consulting. I provide Kristin and Mike’s bios below. Kristin Levine is the Director Academic Services, Stronger Consulting.  Kristin has 15 years of experience leading for

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CharterFolk Contributor Wendy Edwards – The Sauce

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Wendy Edwards, Executive Director of Early Childhood Academy Public Charter School.    I provide Wendy’s bio below. Wendy Edwards is a longstanding educator in the public school sector of the District of Columbia. She is the founding principal and current executive director

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CharterFolk Contributor Bryce Adams – “The Kitchen Table”

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Bryce Adams, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Texas Public Charter Schools Association (TPCSA). I provide Bryce’s bio below. Bryce Adams serves as Vice President of Government Affairs with the goal of empowering families with a slate of high-quality public school

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WonkyFolk Vol 6 – Jed and Andy are Fragile Vessels

Greetings, CharterFolk! This week, Andy and I are talking about the Supreme Court denial to hear Charter Day School, Inc. v. Peltier “(wherein the plaintiffs justified their restrictive dress code by asserting that girls are ‘fragile vessels’)”, other Supreme Court cases, the science of reading, and Moms for Liberty. Here is a link to our

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