Inequality is rampant in America’s schools and many of the proposed fixes end up falling far short of their goals. But ethnic studies courses have shown to be a potentially powerful solution. Professor Nolan Cabrera dives into the legal fight over these courses, how these programs can work in schools across the country, and what they can do for student achievement.
For more on this topic:
Read Cabrera’s brief, How Ethnic Studies Can Reduce Racial Achievement Gaps
Check out his OpEd in the Chronicle of Higher Education, The Numbers Won’t Speak for Themselves