Howard Fuller: Black Power to School Reform
Season 3000 Episode 3003 | 26m 47s
School Reform A major figure in North Carolina's Black Power and anti-poverty movements, Howard Fuller is today a strong advocate for education and parental choice. He shares stories about his journey and life lessons as recounted in his new book "No Struggle No Progress: A Warrior's Life from Black Power to Education Reform".
Aired: 11/01/14Video has closed captioning.
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Education advocates at PEFNC, NCAE, and Quality Education Academy discuss charter schools.
NCAE and PEFNC heads discuss opportunity scholarships and the achievement gap.
Part two of a discussion on the School to Prison pipleline.
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No Struggle, No Progress, Fuller's memoir of his focus on making education a priority.