Five students of different racial and ethnic backgrounds sit outdoors with notebooks and a computer in their laps

Should Kids Be Cramming for Tests or Competing at Sports?

In her new book "Race at the Top," Lenore Stern Professor in the Humanities and Social Sciences Natasha Warikoo examines how Asian American and white parents in an affluent suburb define success for their children—and push them to achieve it
Sarah E. K. Fong, Assistant Professor of Race, Colonialism and Diaspora

Delving into the History of Social Inequalities

Assistant Professor in the Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora Department Sarah Fong describes the questions and answers that have led her to research the history of Black and Indigenous education in the US