Reading “Inequality In The Promised Land”

R. L’Heureux Lewis-McCoy writes about how Black and White children and families experience school and the attendant opportunities in a Midwest suburban district. The title of his book, Inequality In The Promised Land (2014), describes the unfulfilled dreams of Black families who sought better education outcomes for their children enrolled in a suburban school district… Continue reading Reading “Inequality In The Promised Land”

Resisting the doom, honoring the intent

A few things have happened recently to motivate me to try to connect the dots in my fuzzy picture publicly.  Not sure where the public part comes from but it’s there and I acknowledge it. In the course of my reading this week I came across a variety of links which spoke to me on… Continue reading Resisting the doom, honoring the intent