Oakland High School Student Agency, Partnership, and Dignity

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“OHS is similar to many schools across the state; however, the school’s commitment to addressing the challenges faced by Black and Brown students who are marginalized by racism and economic disadvantage sets it apart. The work of addressing system inequalities in schools requires complex, system-wide solutions. At OHS this work has evolved over its one hundred and fifty-three year history; however, the integration of two key approaches—Community Schooling and its college and career pathways or Linked Learning—demonstrate how it continues to respond to the needs of its most vulnerable students.”

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