We have much to admire about a country that can elect a President Trump while professing an undying faith in civil rights.
What should teachers do about questions they are sure to receive about the violence in Charlottesville last weekend?
Comments for the Civil Rights Data Collection at the US Dept of Education are now closed. Let’s see what the dept does with the massive data collection effort.
Black students and students with disabilities are still getting out-of-school suspensions more frequently than whites, esp. in charters.
An Illinois district has drawn what appears to be a line in the sand in the vast desert of transgender rights and relations.
A Black History Museum in Alexandria, Va., has much to teach us about the history of literacy in the US. It’s small but moving.
A documentary play, based on real-life interviews, premiered in Philadelphia this week. School funding, based on property taxes, is unfair.
The US Dept of Ed will investigate allegations that Chicago school officials violated the civil rights of students at Dyett HS.
Testimony from a group from Chicago at the US Department of Education shows that CPS may be violating civil rights by closing schools that primarily serve African-American students.