Still Separate, Still Unequal: Racial justice art events this summer

Shortly after starting my job at the Center for Education and Civil Rights, I learned about a unique art exhibit that was set to be installed at Penn State as part of a national tour. The exhibit is called “Still Separate – Still Unequal,” co-curated with Larry Ossei-Mensah, and it is the second part of…

SD News Roundup: The Different Faces of Segregation

In the contemporary movement for school integration, there’s an important core principle: that integration is so much more than desegregation. While battles about race and student enrollment are still extremely critical, the impact of school integration would not nearly be the same if it was limited just to the demographic composition of districts/schools. Many, many…

SD Resources Roundup, Dec 2018: Equity Audit, Culturally Relevant Education & Boston Desegregation

It’s a busy time of year, so it felt like a good time for a short post about a few great resources that I’ve come across recently. I didn’t want these to get lost in the holiday and end-of-semester shuffle. And, if you happen to have time, check out the new resources page at the…