The negative reaction that some white parents have to the idea of putting their high-achieving students in the same classes as disadvantaged students of color evidences the passive racism of the white moderate.
New research finds that there are effective educators teaching students of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
But we are all programmed with unconscious biases, learned from cultural cues and societal signaling. Black and White alike
Through collaborative and independent processes, kids in the WRiTE BRAiN BOOKS craft original stories--including characters
More and more kids are getting their high school diplomas.
"We need people like Robert and Krishaun to win."
Recruitment is only half of the problem.
A rare piece of good news.
Governor Mark Dayton offered these words the day after Philando Castile, a 32-year-old Black male and school cafeteria manager
Generalization can happen. It happens all the time. It has to be planned for, designed for, not just assumed, but it can
Discussions about when generalization is most likely to take place are healthy and welcome. But they are not academic. America's schools are not getting better fast enough, and achievement gaps by race and class remain unacceptable.
"It is increasingly clear that full-time virtual charter schools are not a good fit for many children," a new report says.