“In her inimitable style, Barbara Miner has written an explosive educational biography of her hometown. The story of Milwaukee is really the multi-layered tale of how America has long avoided committing to the education of low-income students of color. A must read for anyone seeking the real back story of our educational policy-making.” — Lisa Delpit, selling author of Multiplication Is for White People” (The New Press) Monday, Mar. 11 in DC at Busboys and Poets, co-hosted by Teaching for Change
via Zinn Education Project http://www.facebook.com/events/491733834219942/

Posted March 10, 2013 in: General News