September 19, 2023 It was 2004 when a teacher of color was sent by the girls’ school at which he taught to Hawaii for the People of Color Conference (POCC).
September 6, 2023 The year 2023 may still be in its third quarter, but it has already proven to be a devastating legislative year for transgender people in the United States.
August 31, 2023 While I readily admit that my reflections and opinions about admissions to highly selective colleges and universities will not result in any changes to the recent affirmative
August 29, 2023 Discussion skills are high-stakes, teachable, and uniquely human: Why don’t we explicitly teach them in school today? A great discussion is a human experience. You think deeply,
August 14, 2023 Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is a brilliant example of 21st-century storytelling. Part of its cleverness has to do with how it plays with facts. Even though
August 10, 2023 I still appreciate the opportunities I had as a small child because my mother was a reading teacher. In kindergarten, Miss Brown ultimately turned over the responsibility
July 11, 2023 I asked ChatGPT to give me a list of well-known American artists. From Jackson Pollock to Robert Rauschenberg, not a single Asian American artist made it onto
Summer Series 4: Volumes have been written about the PBL approach to student learning over the past 25 years. What you will read here is not more of the same,
June 13, 2023 A reaction to an article in The New York Times entitled “For Colleges, Admissions is a Business. and Business is Booming.” In The New York Times issue
June 6, 2023 On May 25, 2023, Wisconsin made history by holding the first public hearing for a bill that aims to teach Hmong American and Asian American history in