SchoolFacts Blog

An Intersection

Dear Black Bostonians, The place where the impact of COVID-19 and the reality of ongoing racial violence against Black Americans intersects is an abyss of systemic injustice and far-reaching trauma. With coronavirus, we find ourselves and our loved ones being disproportionately affected by the contraction of the virus; on the front lines of the essential […]
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We Need to Talk

Dear Boston Families,  I want to extend a heartfelt thanks to those who responded to my message last week about doing more to confront and fight racism — especially if you look like me.  Many of you wrote back asking what you could do as a white person. I have been asking myself the same […]
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Say their names George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and …

SchoolFacts Boston envisions a Boston where the voice of all families drives the direction of Boston’s schools. In its essence, this work is about confronting the institutional racism that has, most impactfully, marginalized the voices of families of color in our communities and in our schools.   I am proud that SchoolFacts Boston is led by […]
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