Community Partners for Affordable Housing (by Sara Meyer)

https://spark.adobe.com/video/RFlahnF0uxVG6/embed Community Partners for Affordable Housing Over this term I have worked with Volunteers of America that has partnered with Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH). I spent time working with children that attend their summer program that is offered … Continue reading

The Dream: DREAM Act and DACA (by Jesse Johnson)

  The story of the lady in the Lost and Found video was very sad.  She said she grew up thinking one way and then found out that she wasn’t an America legally.  She even said, it should be easy, … Continue reading

How the DREAM Act and DACA Impact Students (by Cynthia Lagunas)

This week for our class discussion we had the chance to explore DACA and Immigration. One of the questions that was asked was “How Do you think the dream act and DACA affect students”. This topic is very controversial at … Continue reading

Closing Technology Gaps: Team King School (led by Charlene Ashley, Randee-Jo Barcinas-Manglona)

https://spark.adobe.com/video/d8U7mHgtyb87f/embed Introduction to King School King Elementary School serves 351 students ranging from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade that come from a culturally enriched community in the heart of central Portland. 44.7% of the students at King Elementary School identify as … Continue reading

Closing the Opportunity Gap, one Family at a Time (by Jessica Urbina)

The opportunity gap is something that many nations and states are struggling with when it comes to the education of their communities. In many places there are areas where some students have a better chance or “opportunity” to a better … Continue reading

How the Common Core and National Standards Further the “Achievement Gap” (by Char Ashley)

Defining “Achievement Gap” and Other Educational Disparities Achievement Gap refers to the different disparities among academic performance between groups of students. International Achievement Gap refers to the different disparities among academic performance between groups of students in other industrial nations. … Continue reading