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Early 2020

Having equity-minded leaders to guide our educational systems is vitally important to advancing educational equity. SLCE was integral in the recent processes to choose a new Superintendent for our state and for East Baton Rouge Parish, the 2nd largest school district in the state. [Read More]


It is no secret that, in Louisiana, a disproportionate rate of African American students is being suspended or expelled from school. HB160 was a bill that took a much needed first step in the fight for equity... [Read More]


In 2018, Governor Edwards signed into law Act 555 which requires schools having state required
and approved school improvement plans – designed to address school-wide performance challenges and/or... [Read More]



SLCE has always been concerned with dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline in the Bayou State, which has the highest per capita incarceration rate in the world. On May 25, 2017, SLCE members Kristen Smith and Allan Rogers... [Read More]


Our First Big Win - 2015

After rural stakeholders surfaced equitable funding as a major concern at a community-wide Issues Assembly in August 2015, an equitable funding issue action team quickly surfaced an important .... [Read More]