Education

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry dicusses the need for quality public options in both education and healhcare in New Orleans.

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses teachers' need for reflection and renewal.

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses his personal experience of discrimination as an uppity African-American professor.

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses the need to develop more professionals among minorities in New Orleans.

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry dicusses the New Orleans City Council's ordinance to curb wage theft among immigrants.

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry suggests useful gifts for today's fathers.

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses why passing LA Senate Bill 259, which would create an alternate "career track" (as opposed to a college prepatory track)would be detrimental to the state and students.

New Orleans – Andre Perry discusses the irrelevance of kindergarten and eighth grade graduation ceremonies.

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses how educational policy makers should listen to student voices, in particular, a book written by Capdau Charter School eighth graders entitled "In That We Wrote So Much & Came So Far".

New Orleans,LA – Andre Perry discusses the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)as a measure of growth in the quality of our schools.

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