Last week I had my first blog published on Huffington Post. The open forum in the Huffington Post comment sections has already been a great writing and learning experience, and I look forward to engaging with more opinionated readers.
My latest article explores why low-income students are often less likely to receive a quality K-12 education, graduate from high school, and enter college with college-level skills. Over the next few weeks I’m going to continue the conversation by sharing how low-income students can find learning opportunities outside of school to improve their personal, academic, and professional achievement as well as share some stories of people I know personally who have overcome poverty.
You can read and comment on my blog “Why Aren’t Low-Income Students Succeeding in School?” at the Huffington Post.
“We cannot rest until each of us would be satisfied with randomly assigning our own children to any public school in the nation.”
- Jason Kamras