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Imposter's syndrome and Graduate School applications.

Something that many students of color deal with when they begin higher education is imposters syndrome, this concept is defined as “individuals who are marked by an inability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a ‘fraud’.” When I first started school at UCLA the imposter’s syndrome was REAL. 661 more words


Miss Porter's students attend SPHERE Student of Color Summit

On Sunday, November 7, 18 students traveled to the Watkinson School to participate in the SPHERE Student of Color Summit. The Summit was created in recognition of the unique needs and experience of students of color at predominately white independent schools. 194 more words

Miss Porter's School

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

You cannot effectively serve urban students and engage with urban families if you are unwilling to go where they live. I don’t mean that you have to do a house visit for every student that you teach. 1,217 more words


It Doesn't Have To Be; We Have The Tools

Summary: The arc of the dropout spans numerous openings to intervention; middle and high schools may learn from what elementary school does better. 1,129 more words

School Reform

Resource Series 2: Resources for Students of Color Abroad

Whatever the specifics are for your case when preparing to study abroad, we want to be able to help you! The following list is by no means exhaustive, but we hope you find the resources useful. 226 more words

Study Abroad