New York Times Magazine correspondent talks education reform

New American CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter welcomes New York Times Magazine correspondent Nikole Hannah-Jones, who addresses the challenges of America’s inequitable education system. She explains how public education in the U.S. was originally envisioned as a common good-something to create a shared sense of citizenship-and that the modern landscape of inequitable education opportunities is a violation of that ideal.

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