education, reform, and the rich power of grace

I was first engaged on the subject of inequality in education by a book from a college sociology course, Savage Inequalities: Children in America’s Schools, by Jonathan Kozol, which pointed out inequality in public schooling in America, often in school systems geographically ajacent to one another or of close proximity. I found the research representedContinue reading “education, reform, and the rich power of grace”