From the field

“Harriet Jacobs didn’t learn to read and write so that she could get an A”

3 May, by C. Ray Borck
Confronted by school systems that persistently reproduce race- and class-based educational inequality, how can individual poor students of color navigate their own educational paths to realize self-actualization, engaged learning, and scholastic success? Urban ethnographer C. Ray Borck shows how one school in Brooklyn is teaching students to harness their historical disenfranchisement and cultural strength for educational achievement.
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