Richard D. Kahlenberg is a senior fellow at the Century Foundation, and is writing a book about housing segregation.
The University of Texas’ policies make it harder to build an enduring cross-racial class-based coalition in American politics.
The growing case for class-based affirmative action in college admissions.
Robert Putnam marshals the evidence that class is eclipsing race as our central source of inequality, and killing the American Dream.
Two D.C. schools, a traditional public and a nonunionized charter, are experimenting with socioeconomic integration.
How high schools condition students to accept their lot.