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bradley carpenter
Current professor and former public school teacher, assistant principal, and principal. Interested in research focused on educational leadership/administration, education policy, education reform, the politics of education, the potentiality of deliberative & democratic theory, and issues of race/racism.
Current professor and former public school teacher, assistant principal, and principal. Interested in research focused on educational leadership/administration, education policy, education reform, the politics of education, the potentiality of deliberative & democratic theory, and issues of race/racism.
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We are looking for a dynamic scholar to join our social justice and equity minded urban leadership team! #tranformationalchange   #leadershipmatters   #edchat   #education  

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/exciting-opportunity-assistant-profs-interested-carpenter-ph-d-?trk=prof-post

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Denying Equal Rights to another group of human beings based on your religious beliefs isn't called "freedom", it is called BIGOTRY

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Job opportunity!! Great City - YES, Great University - YES. Great connection with public schools - YES. Come find us at #AERA2015  bit.ly/1IbrKpO 

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The wealthy are walling themselves off in cities increasingly segregated by class
We here in Austin need to re-double our efforts in our struggle for economic justice.  Not that this isn't already a major issue, but rather that elitist agendas and politics, by inference, are further unmasked, making it harder for the 1% to rationalize th...

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Get on board! 
JCPS Envision Equity report is a critical step towards addressing racial and economic disparities within our community. We all must find ways to address poverty! It is clearly the leading indicator of academic failure among African American students.

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Things to ponder. 
I just thought that this was interesting: I'm reading for the second time a book called 'Black Love is A Revolutionary Act' by Umoja which is one of many books that I'm currently reading. I'm at a particular part of the book where the authors posit that the 'Black Codes' of 1865 are still alive today in a revised form. Check out the comparison of 1865 to the present. Also I recommend this book to all black Africans in America.
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