Free college and a call for eliminating legacy admissions stand apart from his K-12 legacy
If we care about equity in education, we need to pay attention to school infrastructure
‘You can’t help but to wonder’: Crumbling schools, less money, and dismal outcomes in the county that was supposed to change everything for black children in the South
The Supreme Court’s decision in Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education was supposed to force Southern schools to desegregate after more than a decade of stalling. Half a century later, another generation of students won't experience its promise.
How else to interpret the policing and controlling of black bodies?
COLUMN: After ‘Varsity Blues’ scandal, lots of talk about overhauling college admissions. Will there be action?
Gathering at USC dreams big, but many poor students will still be left behind
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New study shows black students, on average, spend a year longer in college than whites
Freedom to choose in privatized school system is illusion where it fails to address inequality born of slavery and ultimate lack of ‘choice’