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Black and Proud: MLK, BLM, and Today’s Education Reformers

By Robin V. Harris

Aug. 25, 2016

Robin V. Harris argues we must remember Martin Luther King Jr. and education reformer Polly Williams as they were—unapologetically black.

Black and Proud: MLK, BLM, and Today’s Education Reformers

Robin V. Harris argues we must remember Martin Luther King Jr. and education reformer Polly Williams as they were—unapologetically black.


An Open Letter to My Asian-American Preschoolers

Even children can understand that fighting for justice must mean equity for everyone, writes Sammi Wong.


Summer Reading: Dorothea Brooke and Work-Life Balance

George Eliot taught Susannah Howe that a life well-lived must include care.


The United States of Coding

Breck Wills examines how and why we need to teach computer science to more students earlier on.


Why the Media Must Report on Shooters and Terrorists

It's the job of journalists, explains Joanne Zalatoris.


The Next President's Tech Legacy Has a Head Start

But only if he or she keeps working to close the digital divide, warns Sarah Morris.


Where Are the Women? Not Behind the Mic.

Fuzz Hogan looks at the one way in which women did not dominate these Olympic Games.


Incentives Shouldn’t Shape Public Assistance Policy

We're writing laws based on how we think people behave, not how they actually do, writes Kalena Thomhave.


We Need Data to Rebuild Trust in the Police

Otherwise, says Eric Liu, we cannot begin to build better relations between officers and the communities they're meant to serve and protect


The Taliban’s Man in Orlando

What does it really mean for express sympathy or support for the group?


Solving the Mystery of Cyber Diversity

Get a clue. Homogeneity in cyber is bad for business.