A Man and His Elephant, by Paula Bronstein

Embracing The Elephant (Race and Education Reform)

Jose Vilson Jose 19 Comments

When I first saw Michael Petrilli’s list of influential education policy tweeters, I laughed. As usual, it’s as important to see who’s left off the list as to see where they rank. We see through whichever lens is given to us at whatever time we read any piece, as well …


Riot When You’re Black, Angry Need Not Apply

Jose Vilson Jose 6 Comments

The newest truism goes: If you’re a group of color, you’re rioting. If you’re White, you’re protesting. If you’re multicultural, you’re marching. The recent so-called riots in Brooklyn serve as yet another example. For those of you unacquainted, concerned Brooklyn residents of all ages held a vigil and demonstration to …


Educators, You Might Be A Good, Racist Person Too

Jose Vilson Jose 0 Comments

Ta-Nehisi Coates has a message for good, honest folk. Read: But much worse, it haunts black people with a kind of invisible violence that is given tell only when the victim happens to be an Oscar winner. The promise of America is that those who play by the rules, who …