Educating Our Minority-Majority

In American public schools, children of color make up the majority of students. And this new minority-majority has educators thinking about how to create more inclusive classrooms. This hour, as part of KERA’s American Graduate Series, we’ll talk about this transformation – and about what our schools can tell us about the nation’s future – with Sarah Carr. She’s editor of the Teacher Project at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, and her multimedia project “Tomorrow’s Test” appears on Slate.