When I started thinkLaw 8 years ago, I used to lament that critical thinking was nowhere close to being a kitchen table issue in education. In conference after conference and article after article, topics like the school-to-prison pipeline, the achievement/opportunity gap, disengaged students, and chronic absenteeism dominated the conversation.
Immediate Application of Practical, but Powerful Critical Thinking Strategies Professional development focused on pie-in-the-sky or feel-good-now-but-can’t-do-anything-with-it-tomorrow strategies is too often the default experience for teachers. …
“This is how you build curriculum around liberation, around possibility, around actually creating the equitable structures by modeling what it is to be the change.” – Colin Seale
In this powerful conversation, Colin Seale, Founder and CEO of thinkLaw, and Bobby Morgan, Founder of Liberation Lab, talk about the magic it so often takes for Black and Brown brilliance to translate to academic outcomes.