Inseparable Imperatives: Education, Equity, and the Economy
The Supreme Court declared “separate but equal” to be unconstitutional back in 1954, but 60 years after that historic decision, many communities still struggle to provide equal opportunities in their schools. We know that everyone benefits when more students graduate on time and earn a diploma. It’s the ticket to further education, training, and jobs. Educating all students, especially students of color, means a stronger economy for all of us. Visit impact.all4ed.org to learn more.