When the movement for black lives began, I did not have children. Now the fight means more to me—coupled with fears that are even deeper.
Unwritten rules underlie all of elite-university life—and students who don’t come from a wealthy background have a hard time navigating them.
Incarcerated people today aren’t so lucky.
The law will facilitate private-school attendance and put more obstacles in front of the neediest students.
If reducing recidivism is the goal of prison education, what can be gained from teaching those who will be behind bars for life?