By Jason Reece, Research Director, Last Wednesday night was trick-or-treat, or beggars night here in Columbus, OH. While passing out about ten bags of candy, we were visited by lots of zombies, witches, princesses — and more than a few Marvel superheroes. A great Halloween, but not scary by any means; that is, until we … Continue reading »
By Thomas Rudd, In the Nation that we so desperately want to invent, it would be impossible to predict with any reasonable degree of accuracy the life chances of two new born babies—one of European ancestry; one of African ancestry. In that country, every citizen has an equal opportunity to strive, to achieve, and to … Continue reading »
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Bridging the Achievement Gap Leading researchers from Vanderbilt University and other educational thought leaders have banded together to develop real world strategies for educators who strive to close the academic achievement gaps that persist among children of various racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. Please check out this brief video clip about the Bridging the Achievement … Continue reading »
Fisher v. University of Texas Case Panel Discussion Date: Tuesday, October 23rd 2012 Time: 4:30pm – 6:30pm Location: Saxbe Auditorium, Drinko Hall Please RSVP here to secure your attendance.