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Stacy Teicher Khadaroo
Worked at The Christian Science Monitor
Attended Smith College
Lives in Nashua, N.H.
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Breaking barriers How two schools foster inclusiveness in an era when students want more than just a multiracial campus.
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In some corners of America, the lives children and teens are being shaped by heroin and opioid abuse. In turn, they could help reshape how America sees addiction.
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his need for a toy his mother couldn't afford turned him into an entrepreneur... his need to support other youngsters turned him into a mentor in a cycle of building life skills....
A path to progress Daquan Oliver's family didn't have it easy when he was growing up. But his resourcefulness, drive, and desire to honor his mother's hard work helped get him to college, where he formed a mentorship program.
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walkout on monday, save schools from cuts by Friday...
Shifts in thinking In Boston, more than 3,000 students walked out of school Monday to protest cuts to high schools. It’s a sign of how today’s young people are demanding a seat at the table when decisions are made about their education.
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Check here if you've ever gotten into trouble at school... 
Paths to progress Questions about discipline end up turning unfair judicial practices into roadblocks to college for far too many students of color, some say. Now, schools including New York University are retooling their approach.
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Nearly 1 in 10 college freshmen think they will protest while in college, a historic high. For African-Americans, it's 16 percent...
Shifts in thought College freshmen are more inclined toward activism than ever, according to a new survey. It points to how the Occupy and Black Lives Matter movements have shaped young Americans.
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Paths to progress The Louisiana legislature passed a law this week returning New Orleans schools to local control for the first time since hurricane Katrina. But critics charge that the handover is in name only.
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How black and Latino parents view public schools... 
Modes of thought For the first time, classrooms in public schools are filled mostly by nonwhite students. The concerns of minority parents could change American schools and education policies.
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Since 2014, for the first time in the country’s history, a majority of those in public schools have been students of color.

We ALL have color Stacy. The term "of color" is discriminatory, offensive and divisive to many European Americans. Don't be racist Stacy.
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A college degree is one of the best tickets for climbing the economic ladder. Yet at many schools, low-income students graduate at a rate much lower than that of their wealthier peers.Nothing is inevitable about such uneven outcomes. There are examples of colleges and universities where low-income students attend in large numbers and reach the finish line just as often as everybody else.“Committing to supporting low-income college students fundam...
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Hear from mothers how they are beating addiction and caring for their newborns...
Path to progress A novel New Hampshire program helps infants exposed to drugs, at a time when a baby is born in the US every 25 minutes with symptoms stemming from a mother's opiate use.
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A preview of the new SAT from some NH students that just took it as the state offers it to all 11th graders to help broaden access to college and cut down on overtesting...
Breaking barriers Among other things, the new SAT is meant to level the playing field for students who can’t afford fancy test-prep classes and align more closely with the skills that colleges want students to practice.
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The highest levels of delinquency on student loans are in neighborhoods with higher concentrations of African-Americans or Latinos, a new analysis finds.
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journalist and mom
Introduction
I'm a reporter on education, politics, and other national news topics; mother of a preschooler and a toddler, which means acting as referee, lots of running in circles, and imaginary play on spaceships; active church member; lover of dance; and onetime poet who keeps thinking someday there'll be time again for poetry.
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Climbed a fourteener in Colorado, got even higher in altitude on a visit to Tibet, and on a more earthly note, committed to cloth diapering!
Education
  • Smith College
    Women's studies and Government, 1989 - 1993
  • University of Missouri–Columbia
    Journalism master's, 1996 - 1998
  • City Honors High School
    1985 - 1989
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Stacy Teicher
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  • The Christian Science Monitor
    US news reporter
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Nashua, N.H.
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Buffalo, N.Y. - Kingston, Jamaica - St. Louis, MO - Columbia, MO - Boston, MA - Brookline, MA - Northampton, MA
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