Posts tagged: Segregation - Diverse
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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

Diverse Conversations: What Would MLK Say About Diversity in Higher Ed?

| January 23, 2017
As a champion of equality in education, what would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. have to say about [...] Read more

Trial Over Fix for Segregation at Maryland Colleges Begins

by Juliet Linderman, Associated Press | January 9, 2017
BALTIMORE — A trial to determine the best way to cure inequality among Maryland’s colle [...] Read more

HBCU Advocates Discuss Remedial Phase of Maryland Higher Ed Desegregation Case

by David Pluviose | January 4, 2017
The plaintiffs prevailed in 2013 in a suit against the state of Maryland over duplication of HB [...] Read more
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