“A Vision of America that Doesn’t Exist”

How can public schools better serve students of color? Examining the “disparity that is baked into our society” and recognizing that enduring school segregation is key, Gloria Ladson-Billings — President of the National Academy of Education and Professor Emerita at University of Wisconsin-Madison — delivered the 6th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture earlier this week.


CC: Teachers College Institute for Urban and Minority Education (IUME) Brown v. Board of Education notwithstanding, Gordon Lecturer Gloria Ladson-Billings describes inequity that is “baked into our society.”