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Voices of History: Sylvia Mendez
Sylvia Mendez was 9 when her father became a plaintiff in a lawsuit that forced the Westminster school district, in Orange County, Calif., to allow children of Mexican descent to attend schools with white students. (May 13, 2014)
John Lacarbiere, a New Orleans teacher, performs his poem “August 29th.” (August 19, 2015)
Voices of History: Suzy Post
A longtime social justice activist in Louisville, Ky., Suzy Post is the last surviving plaintiff in the lawsuit that forced Louisville's public schools to merge with surrounding areas to create a new, desegregated district. (May 13, 2014)
FB Live Interview: Politics & The University: A Collision Course?
Does the leftward tilt of education scholarship spell trouble for ed. policy? Rick Hess of AEI thinks so. In this Facebook Live video, Hess discusses with Education Week Commentary editor Elizabeth Rich. (January 12, 2017)
'How Can You Be a Failure at 5?'
Rosemarie Jensen, a parent and organizer for United Opt Out, on why a focus on testing harms young students. (January 23, 2015)
New Ferguson Superintendent Takes On Schooling Inequities
Joseph Davis, the new superintendent of the Ferguson-Florissant School District, discusses why he applied for the job after Michael Brown’s shooting death and his plans to work with the community to transform the school system. (September 15, 2016)