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A half-century later, students at the University of Mississippi reckon with the past

A Black young teenage girl walks through a school hallway wearing and backpack and looking back with a smile. Her friends walk a few feet ahead of her.

Listening to Black Girls to Cultivate Belonging in Middle and High School

How one district has diversified its advanced math classes — without the controversy

Kids of color get worse health care across the board in the US, research finds

Bettina Love examines the impact of education policies on Black students and what we can do next

a line of diverse working professional women

The Job Market Is Changing. Here’s How Educators Can Help Students Keep Up.

Arms of different races with bracelets and colorful sleeves reaching toward the center and placing hands on top of each other.

Feds urge schools to protect rights of Jewish, Muslim students following ‘alarming’ rise in bias incidents

How Two Teachers Spark a Love of History with Their Wardrobes

How Bibliocounseling Can Create Space for Black Girls and Girls of Color to Connect in School