On January 5, IEL’s first female board chair, Dr. Bernice “Bunny” Sandler, the “Godmother of Title IX,” died peacefully. She was 90.
Superintendent Talisa L. Dixon recounts what one of her students told her: “I didn’t know I could take AP courses.” Because his school’s AP courses were majority-white and he didn’t see students who looked like him, he didn’t think he was eligible.
Mark Kabban, a 2018 Meade Fellow, met with education and policy influencers during a week-long visit to Washington, D.C. The fellowship provided him with an opportunity to meet with organizations working on immigrant and refugee issues.
IEL's president Johan E. Uvin published an article in the Council on Adult Basic Education Journal's recent special edition, Featuring Career Pathways.
The 2018 Meade Fellow Lance Huffman shares his thoughts on the future of teacher unions following the recent Supreme court decision in the labor law case, Janus v. America Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees.