The factors working against Black educators in the Rochester City School District today are the same that affected Andrew Ray in 1976.
There has been a movement toward culturally responsive curriculum in Rochester for decades, but progress has been fitful.
Yesterday in Rochester, New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a grand jury declined to indict the Rochester police officers involved in the death of
Florence Sprague became the first Black teacher in Rochester history when she was hired at School 24 in 1889.
What does a new national data release from the Educational Opportunity Project at Stanford University say about Rochester’s national standing?
An important effect of racial segregation in New York schools is the corresponding segregation of children who are vulnerable or expensive to educate in various
Welcome to the website! I’ll be using this blog to share news about my upcoming book on the history of school segregation in Rochester, to