R.A.C.C.E. Press Release Over the summer, R. A. C. C. E. co-founder Dr. Arlene Arias was appointed to the Connecticut State Legislative Taskforce on Minority Teacher Recruitment. Dr. Arias’ work as an educational advocate was the primary reason for her… Read More ›
R.A.C.C.E’s latest work in the community.
We waited for over 11 days for a response on this issue from Mayor Neil O’Leary, Superintendent Ouellette, and the Waterbury Board of Education. No official response has been given. At the conclusion of the 12/17/15 Waterbury Board of Education… Read More ›
School District Improvement Plans: Are Black and Hispanic Students the Miner’s Canary? Yes, but We are Fighting to Stop the Experimentation.
School District Improvement Plans: Are Black and Hispanic Students the Miner’s Canary? In a diverse urban school district, such as Waterbury, it is impossible for curricular development or reform strategies bereft of cultural competency measures to be successful. Further, we… Read More ›
We believe the City of Waterbury, Mayor Neil O’Leary, the Board of Education and the Waterbury Teachers Association can build a collective bargaining agreement that prioritizes student needs over job-protections. We also believe teachers and teacher unions are the most… Read More ›
Welcome to our Website!!! Our names are Dr. Arlene Arias, Chantae Campbell and Robert Goodrich, and it is with great pleasure that we introduce ourselves as a newly founded community advocacy group called R.A.C.C.E.-Radical Advocates for Cross-Cultural Education. Our mission… Read More ›