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Campaign for High School Equity Pushes High School Reform For All Races

A collection of presentations from the Campaign for High School Equity that in education equality including for Native Americans.
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According to the National Indian Education Association, the Campaign for High School Equity (CHSE) is a diverse coalition of leading civil rights and education advocacy organizations. On June 7, 2011 the group held "Communities of Color Define Policy Priorities for High School Reform" in Washington, D.C. The organization released a plan to ensure all students graduate high school ready for college and a career, regardless of ZIP code, income, race or ethnicity.

The first two videos highlight the speech given by Colin Kippen, from NIEA.

The following video shows the speech given by Wade Henderson, president of the Leadership Conference Education Fund:

This video shows Delia Pompa, of the National Council of La Raza:

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Here is Phillip Lovell, from the Alliance for Excellent Education:

And finally, Doua Thor, from the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center: