Education Secretary to PTA: Demand diversity in schools, teaching force
from Education Week
U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. called on parents to take charge of improving diversity in their schools and classrooms — both among students and teachers — during a recent speech before the National Parent Teacher Association. The issue of student and teacher diversity has been a major issue for King since his appointment to take over the federal department in fall 2015. In this case, King was addressing parents who make decisions about where they send their children to school at a time when there are increasing choices, both among district and charter schools.
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