Sikivu Hutchinson: District-wide, only two out of ten African American students are proficient or on grade level in math, while only three out of ten are proficient in English. For Black students transitioning to college, the implications are dire.
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Norman Solomon: Eager to hedge their bets, Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg have offered merely tactical critiques of President Trump’s decision to kill Qassim Suleimani.
Walter G. Moss: Our political-economic development has made us more of a mixed system than a capitalistic one thanks to such developments as Progressivism, the New Deal, Lyndon’s Johnson’s “Great Society,” and Medicare.
RJ Eskow: Certain words and phrases are routinely used by “centrist” political candidates. By design, these terms are imprecise, emotionally charged, and often self-contradicting.
Lawence S. Wittner: Seizing, particularly, on mass migration and funded by avaricious economic élites, this resurgence of the Radical Right has made startling progress
H. Scott Prosterman: Democrats never stopped running scared of Ronald Reagan’s shadow, forever trying to repackage and reposition themselves as palatable to the Republican “base.”
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