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Not angry, She simply has Something to Say

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  Here is our second feminine voice of color as we usher in this season of Woman. Here’s a news flash, the season is really 365 days a year. Just consider where all of us would be without Her. This strong-not angry voice is sharing her independent school story, a story familiar to many, but often […]

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Registration Open – Girls of Color & The Women They Become: Looking at Success Through an Independent School Lens 4/12

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Where my girls at? Yes, that was grammatically incorrect. But, there’s just no other way to say it! We are calling all girls of color who attend/attended an independent day or boarding school to spend some time with the RIISE network as we lift you up. We’ve spent a considerable amount of time, and for […]

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Curriculum Blog Series – STEMatters! Three Reasons Why it Really Matters – Joy Lawson Davis, Ed. D.

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STEMatters! Three reasons why focusing on STEM really matters. By Joy Lawson Davis, Ed.D. RIISE  families have been asking for her. And, it’s our pleasure to have her lead our Curriculum Blog Series. Thanks Dr. Joy!  Parents are constantly bombarded with national and international news about educational issues and the impact of day-to-day schooling on […]

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