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Eric Tucker is the co-founder and Executive Director of Brooklyn Laboratory Charter Schools. He has served as a teacher and instructional leader in Providence and Chicago. He is former Director at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the co-founder and Executive Director of the National Association for Urban Debate Leagues. Eric co-edited The Sage Handbook of Measurement.
Anti-Racist Schools

How We Move Forward: Practicing Three Inclusive, Anti-Racist Mindsets for Reopening Schools

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The authors share three key commitments to keep in mind when reopening school to ensure a steadfast focus on equity.
Reopening Schools

Reopening Schools: A Scheduling Map for Educators to Plan the Who, What, When, Where,...

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InnovateEDU and Brooklyn LAB have assembled a scheduling map for reopening schools this fall to help address the who, what, where, when and how's of reopening.
How to reopen schools

Safeguarding Back to School: Preparation for a Healthy Return to School in Downtown Brooklyn

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Eric shares Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School (LAB)'s Back to School Facility Tool Kit. The toolkit will provide ideas for addressing health, safety, and the requirement for social distancing.
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Preparing to Reopen: Six Principles That Put Equity at the Core

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By: E. Tucker and L. Kruse. The authors address some of the challenges facing schools trying to make an equitable reopening plan, particularly keeping in mind students with disabilities.
To Reopen Laboratory Schools

To Reopen, America Needs Laboratory Schools

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Eric and Erin discuss how laboratory schools are, and will continue to be, necessary to research and develop a more equitable future for all learners.
How to Reopen Schools

How to Reopen Schools: A 10-Point Plan Putting Equity at the Center

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By: Eric Tucker & Tom Vander Ark. Eric and Tom lay out a 10-point plan on how to reopen schools post-pandemic with equity in mind and strengthening systems as the focus.

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