A fundamental question is how much difference their backgrounds will make in moving forward on racial and equity challenges facing their institutions.
Other universities in the CSU system and nationwide are turning to San Diego State to develop courses that explore racism and discrimination.
The revision stresses inclusion but keeps focus on four ethnic/racial groups: African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans and Native Americans.
West Contra Costa Unified students reflect on how their lives were affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement.
President says children are being “taught to hate their own country,” while former vice president Joe Biden says teachers should have more authority in the classroom
As districts disband or reform their police units, policymakers consider how to improve campus safety statewide.
But the state needs to take stronger action to reform campus discipline, advocates say.
We have all failed our children by allowing structural and interpersonal racism into our school systems.
A Q&A with Cecily Myart-Cruz.
Real commitment to racial justice is not for the faint of heart, but is worth our time, effort, and energy, because our students’ lives are at stake.
As Black Lives Matter movement gathers steam, more name changes likely are on the way, officials say.
Father fears for safety of his son.
Assembly Constitutional Amendment 5 would repeal Proposition 209 and restore race and gender as considerations for admissions.
Systemic racism profoundly hurts our children by immersing them in sustained, dehumanizing trauma.
Protests help college student realize her voice is important in quest for justice.