Education Lisa Delpit on Pervasive Inequities
Lisa Delpit makes the case that African-American students do not achieve to their potential because they're hindered by "society's deeply ingrained bias of equating blackness with inferiority," stereotype threat, and curriculum that is not meaningful to them.
Education Cyberbullying Solutions
Experts on adolescents' online behavior, Sameer Hinduja and Justin W. Patchin, contend that school staff can have a heavy hand in decreasing and alleviating the effects of cyberbullying—a form of adolescent aggression that can have devastating consequences. Join us as we dig into their research and discuss how to handle this pervasive educational problem.
Education Uncovering the 'Invisible Barriers' to Student Success
In The Hardest Questions Aren't on the Test, Linda F. Nathan argues that the key to a school’s success lies in directly investigating and addressing the often difficult questions that students and school communities face.