On Martin Luther King Jr. Day


Perhaps even more than usual, this Martin Luther King Jr. Day calls for reflection on race relations and racial equity in America. We have just emerged from a year characterized by police brutality toward people of color, resentment and unrest rooted in that brutality, and the most divisive, bruising presidential election in recent memory.mlk-march

Education provides a window into the state of racial inequality in the United States and, potentially, the nation’s perceptions of it. Read More — Race, Class, and American’s Perspectives of Achievement Gaps

Reposted from Brookings Institute, Brown Center Chalkboard, Blog by Jon Valant and Daniel Newark

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