ABOUT Natalie Hopkinson
March 19, 2013
Writing for The Root DC, Natalie Hopkinson explores Andre M. Perry's take on school discipline, which she calls "one of the realest, toughest calls reforming schools have to make."
"While dumping problem students from your books like a subprime loan is effective business management," writes The Root's contributing editor Natalie Hopkinson at The Root DC, "it's also a deeply unethical way to operate a system of public education."
The Root's contributing editor Natalie Hopkinson argues in a piece for The Root DC that the "choice" movement in education is "about an escape from poverty and an escape from blackness, too."
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