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The Steeling of Minds: Education and Access in America’s Prisons, October 18, 2019

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How Much Wealthier Are White School Districts Than Nonwhite Ones? $23 Billion, Report Says

“The report, released this week by the nonprofit EdBuild, put a dollar amount on the problem of school segregation, which has persisted long after Brown v. Board of Education and was targeted in recent lawsuits in states from New Jersey…

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Lesson Not Learned: “America To Me” Documents Why Race Has Everything To Do With Education

Focusing on the documentary “America to Me,” about race relations at the high school in the affluent town of Oak Park, Illinois, on his program 1a, Joshua Johnson hosts: Charles Donalson Former student, Oak Park-River Forest High School in Oak…

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“The Tuskegee of the North”

Anne Levin recounts the history of The Bordentown School–Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth, which was set on 400 acre and which combined a high level academic program with learning a trade.  In an interview, John Medley, a…

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Celebration of Self-Directed Learning Honoring Priya Vulchi and Winona Guo of CHOOSE, May 5, 2018

The Learning Cooperatives’ annual Celebration of Self-Directed Learning will be recognizing the amazing work of Priya Vulchi and Winona Guo who co-founded CHOOSE while still in high school, an organization dedicated to providing the tools to discuss race and work…

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