A different side to affirmative-action: How legacy admissions maintained white Protestant student enrollment at elite universities.
Three affirmative-action cases set precedent for the Supreme Court as they make a decision on Fisher vs. University of Texas.
It took twelve years and the Supreme Court before the University of Missouri agreed to accept black students.
And it wasn't invented by millenials.
Kristen Green's memoir Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County neglects the broader significance of the county's school desegregation crisis.
We look at the role the federal government and private donors play in funding charter school networks.
Pre-K may help the child, but does it get mothers back to work?
Is there an alternative to the punitive treatment of criminals? We look at the history of correctional education reforms within the American prison system.
How history textbooks reinforced narratives of racism, and the fight to change those books from the 1940s to the present.
We need a visual literacy to help us negotiate new ways of seeing, but also new ways of accessing, manipulating, and reusing visual content.