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education



  • The Return of Jane Elliott

    “When am I going to quit? When racists quit,” Jane Elliott said. “Do I have a job for a lifetime? I’m afraid so.”



  • Remaking Ethnic Studies

    Recognizing a rift between the words written on a chalkboard and the society that lies outside the classroom door, students are increasingly pushing for a course of study that allows them to learn about traditionally underrepresented figures and reckon with concepts of oppression and justice.



  • How We Got to Sesame Street

    by Jill Lepore

    The beloved children's program grew from the need to use the overabundance of televisions to fix the dearth of preschools in 1960s America. Jill Lepore assesses how the show has changed along with society.