May 2014 Archives

While educators can't change school demographics, says Valerie Brown, there are some things we can do to help students of color close the achievement gap.

Marilyn Rhames asks why, if Brown was supposed to desegregate schools, she never got to see the benefit.

On the anniversary of the Brown decision, teacher Scarlett Gaddy longs for a time when educators can concentrate on each child's progress, regardless of his or her race.

American education missed a great opportunity for genuine racial reconciliation after the Brown decision, teacher Renee Moore says, but it's never too late to do the right thing.

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