At MIT, Chris Jones led efforts to double minority enrollment in graduate programs. Now back home in Arkansas, he's on a mission to reduce barriers for low-income people, women and people of color toward becoming innovators, makers, thinkers and entrepreneurs.
By Jeffrey Brown
Children’s books can offer vital visibility and representation, as well as teach us to see experiences beyond our own.
By Alison Thoet
A handful of ZIP codes illustrate how very differently Minneapolis-St. Paul and the Washington metropolitan area have organized into elite enclaves.
By Charles Murray
Lower-income parents tend to worry that their children might fall victim to violence, while parents with higher incomes worry their kids are burdened by busy schedules. That’s one finding of a major new survey on the ways socioeconomic divides affect…
By PBS NewsHour
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