Tyrone Howard

University of California, Los Angeles

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Tyrone Howard is a professor of education, Associate Dean for Equity & Inclusion, and founder and director of the Black Male Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Since well before the 2016 election, the country has been engaged in vociferous debate about whether black lives matter.

Black Lives Matter and Trump

Since well before the 2016 election, the country has been engaged in vociferous debate about whether black lives matter.

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Studies show that everything from family income to teachers’ attitudes play a role in the achievement gap between black and Latino students in California and their white and Asian…

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New standardized test results prove that  California is struggling  when it comes to race, education and closing the achievement gap.

CA student scores improve overall, but black students lag behind

New standardized test results prove that California is struggling when it comes to race, education and closing the achievement gap.

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