Posts tagged: Segregation - Diverse

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When Inhumanity ‘Trumps’ a Fundamental Basic Need to Live and Learn

by | March 7, 2020 Far too many families live in food deserts – low income communities, more than a mile from a Read more

Milwaukee Serves as Backdrop to Examine Issues Plaguing Black Males

by Autumn A. Arnett | November 6, 2019
If you look at the data surrounding the Brew City, it is hard to believe Milwaukee is making an [...] Read more

Our Shared History

by | October 24, 2019
People are ignorant of history, even their own. [...] Read more

Scholars Examine Segregation of Latino K-12 Students

by Pearl Stewart | October 3, 2019
As Latino children entered elementary schools this fall, they were likely to encounter fewer Wh [...] Read more

It’s Time to Hack the Gates in College Admissions Systems

by OiYan Poon and Marie Bigham | September 11, 2019
Research has found that admissions officers are more likely to recommend low-income students fo [...] Read more

Delivering the Promise of Brown v. Board of Education Demands That We Become Active Change Agents

by Peter J. Taylor | May 16, 2019
I was born five years after Brown v. Board of Education, the United States Supreme Court landma [...] Read more

MICA President Releases Memo, Apologizes for Racist History

by | February 21, 2019
Samuel Hoi, president of the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) has recently released a c [...] Read more

Report: Is Guaranteed Admissions Effective in Developing Diverse Class?

by | December 10, 2018
In a recent study published by the American Educational Research Association, researchers evalu [...] Read more

Documentary Explores “Driving While Black”

by Melanie Eversley | December 9, 2018
"Driving While Black,” a documentary in the works by a Cooperstown, N.Y., academic, a longtim [...] Read more

My Student’s ‘A’ Paper

by | September 24, 2018
A student of mine wrote a great paper that I would like to share, explaining how racial conside [...] Read more

Strategy Offered to Turn Rising Tide of Segregated Schools

| October 18, 2017
A new policy briefing from the National Coalition on School Diversity suggests that schools wil [...] Read more

20 Years Later, Scholar Says Racism Remains Relevant Discussion in Classroom

by Gia Savage | September 11, 2017
Two decades after the release of Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria b [...] Read more

63 Years after Brown, Segregated Schools Fight Takes Interesting Turn

by Ya-Marie Sesay | June 1, 2017
Brown vs Board of Education removed the barrier of denying people of color their right to an ed [...] Read more

Sides Not Close in Maryland HBCU Remedy Trial

by David Pluviose | February 9, 2017
The plaintiffs and those representing the state of Maryland are still apparently far apart when [...] Read more

Education Reformer: Charter Schools Can Be ‘Culturally Affirming,’ Not Segregated

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | January 29, 2017
Though some critics say charter schools that serve predominantly minority students are “segre [...] Read more
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