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TC's Rebell: U.S. "Closer to Racial Equity Than We Were 50 Years Ago"

But we are much "further from Martin Luther King's vision of equal educational opportunity than we should and could be."
But we are much "further from Martin Luther King's vision of equal educational opportunity than we should and could be."

Link: Racial Equity 50 Years After King's Speech - OpEducation

This op-ed was one of three posts on civil rights and schools in Education Week's recent installment of our OpEducation blog. To read all three, go to http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/op_education/.



Published Monday, Oct. 14, 2013

TC's Rebell: U.S. "Closer to Racial Equity Than We Were 50 Years Ago"

But we are much "further from Martin Luther King's vision of equal educational opportunity than we should and could be."

Link: Racial Equity 50 Years After King's Speech - OpEducation

This op-ed was one of three posts on civil rights and schools in Education Week's recent installment of our OpEducation blog. To read all three, go to http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/op_education/.



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