Anna Lodder

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Mykytyn was a Highland Park mom who founded Integrated Schools, a nonprofit focused on encouraging white and privileged parents to send their children to local neighborhood schools…

The legacy of local education activist Courtney Everts Mykytyn

Mykytyn was a Highland Park mom who founded Integrated Schools, a nonprofit focused on encouraging white and privileged parents to send their children to local neighborhood schools…

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