Richard D. Kahlenberg is a senior fellow at the Century Foundation, and is writing a book about housing segregation.
How a poor New Jersey town and its teacher’s unions turned around its schools.
In 1978, when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a racial quota system at the University of California at Davis Medical School and ordered a white student, Allan Bakke, admitted, many civil rights leaders were furious. As Randall Kennedy notes, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, called for a demonstration, and William T. Coleman, the chair of… Read more »
The perils and promise of online learning.
Why some conservatives are warming to socioeconomic school integration.
Conservative education scholar Diane Ravitch returns to her liberal roots.