Education Advocacy in the Time of Trump

By: Jeff Bryant/The Progressive

At the count of three, SCREAM."

That's what John Jackson suggested public education advocates do in response to the surprise election of Donald Trump.

Jackson, president and CEO of the Schott Foundation for Public Education was one of the headliners at an event in Boston celebrating the organization's twenty-fifth anniversary. The event included a panel discussion titled, "Addressing Racism— Strategies for Systemic Change: A Post-Election Analysis."