April 13, 2023 WHY AM I WRITING ABOUT THIS ISSUE? For the past five decades, those in the Princeton University Admission Office have made a concerted effort to diversify the
An Asian Woman’s Guide to Advocacy April 4, 2023 My intermediate-level classes are in the last stretch of deep learning about Japanese incarceration during WWII. Over the past six weeks,
April 3, 2023 What do we owe our kids? What do we, the people who consider ourselves adults today, owe our kids, all of our kids across the globe, in
March 28, 2023 This is the story of what began on a summer morning, July 18th, 2026. A full-page ad appeared in The New York Times presenting a bold challenge
March 23, 2023 I’ve been proud of, possibly even smug about, my efforts to diversify my reading, to look for texts from around the world to share—The Fat Years; The
March 7, 2023 You must have heard about the debacle with the AP African American History class. Rest assured, I am not going to rehash it. Instead, this wholly predictable
February 28, 2023 Part of great teaching is developing and testing hypotheses as to why some things work for your students—and others, sometimes the most beautifully designed lesson plans—just don’t.
February 23, 2023 To quickly review: the first article focused on how to embed Identity and the second article addressed how to add Diversity to the traditional visual arts curriculum.
February 8, 2023 I was in a local bookstore’s business section and hoping to find a book on stock investment by Warren Buffett. I was pacing up and down the
February 1, 2023 The first part of this series spoke about the traditional Visual Arts Canon as a bastion of the “old white guy club.” It tackled how to embed