Big-Time Foundations Leave Their Mark on Education Policy – Research by Sarah Reckhow

February 2, 2016

In recent years, charitable foundations have taken an interest in national education initiatives and issues in unprecedented ways, transforming the educational policy landscape. For example, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Eli and Edith Broad Foundation have exerted influence on national education policy decisions by offering substantial funding and research-based evidence to organizations… Read More »

Tackling Racial Inequality through School Culture — Research by Terah Venzant Chambers

October 23, 2015

As they have throughout their history, schools continue to struggle to achieve equity and excellence for students of color. Qualitative research by Michigan State University Associate Professor Terah Venzant Chambers and Washington State University Assistant Professor Kristin Shawn Huggins examines the social interactions of  students of color with their teachers, administrators and classmates at high… Read More »