President Obama’s final State of the Union address challenged voters to do the hard work of fulfilling the American promise.
As Congress reauthorizes the ESEA, federal lawmakers must make sure that the needs of all students are met.
As demographics shift and the share of people of color in the U.S. population continues to increase, it is important to take notice of the contributions that people of color make to the United States and their potential contributions to the nation in the future.
Chronic truancy has short-term consequences for students but can have long-lasting effects for individuals, families, and communities.
Congress and the president should work to conserve places that better reflect America’s diverse population and help engage new generations to visit and explore their shared heritage and resources.
The social media frenzy around Rachel Dolezal exposes the fault lines of solidarity in the movement for racial justice.
As Baltimore recovers from a week of tumult, what can we do as citizens to ensure that the unrest was the last of its kind?
These fact sheets provide a detailed look at 10 groups of Asian Americans by national origin.
Rising income inequality in the United States is exacerbating long-standing racial and ethnic gaps in, among other things, education outcomes. In order to close the academic achievement gap, we must address rising income inequality in America.
With the U.S. Census Bureau estimating that the majority of the U.S. population will be people of color by 2043, it is increasingly important that policymakers enact progressive policies that would improve the economic prospects and increase income for people of color.