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Privateers and Profiteers in Our Schools - Living in Dialogue

Privateers and Profiteers in Our Schools - Living in Dialogue

World driving orientation This map demonstrates which side of the road people drive on.

57 maps that will challenge what you thought you knew about the world

World driving orientation This map demonstrates which side of the road people drive on.

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña bragged about an increase in the number of city kids passing the state Common Core tests — but that success may have more to do with the…

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña bragged about an increase in the number of city kids passing the state Common Core tests — but that success may have more to do with the…

Sixty years after Brown vs. Schoolboard, education RE-segregation & inequality has returned to the American South. "In Tuscaloosa (AL) today nearly 1 in 3 black students attends a school that looks as if Brown v. Board of Education never happened. Tuscaloosa’s school resegregation—among the most extensive in the country—is a story of city financial interests, secret meetings, & angry public votes."

Segregation Now ...

Sixty years after Brown vs. Schoolboard, education RE-segregation & inequality has returned to the American South. "In Tuscaloosa (AL) today nearly 1 in 3 black students attends a school that looks as if Brown v. Board of Education never happened. Tuscaloosa’s school resegregation—among the most extensive in the country—is a story of city financial interests, secret meetings, & angry public votes."

The Nation's Most Segregated Schools Aren't Where You'd Think They'd Be

The Nation's Most Segregated Schools Aren't Where You'd Think They'd Be

NEW YORK -- The nation's most segregated schools aren't in the deep south -- they're in New York, according to a report released Tuesday by the Universit.

Race in America - Past and Present, Part Two of an 11-Part Series

Race in America - Past and Present, Part Two of an 11-Part Series

This documentary won a 2010 Peabody Award. Nationwide, suburban schools are doing a good job educating white students, but those schools are not getting the same results with black and Latino students. This documentary tells the story of a suburban high school with lots of resources and a diverse student body that is struggling to close the minority achievement gap.

This documentary won a 2010 Peabody Award. Nationwide, suburban schools are doing a good job educating white students, but those schools are not getting the same results with black and Latino students. This documentary tells the story of a suburban high school with lots of resources and a diverse student body that is struggling to close the minority achievement gap.

NEW ORLEANS — Fights were keeping 17-year-old Symphony Lee out of high school, and off the graduation track. “Once I lose my temper, that’s it,” says Lee, with characteristic bluntness. Lee spoke from the principal’s office at The Net Charter High School on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard here, a street famous for its ties to …

NEW ORLEANS — Fights were keeping 17-year-old Symphony Lee out of high school, and off the graduation track. “Once I lose my temper, that’s it,” says Lee, with characteristic bluntness. Lee spoke from the principal’s office at The Net Charter High School on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard here, a street famous for its ties to …

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