Equity, Inclusion and Race Related Articles

Curry School Professors Contribute to Legal Victory for Flint Students

Gail E. Lovette and Bill Therrien spent months assessing the Flint school system’s response to children whose ability to learn has been affected by high levels of lead in the municipal water system.


Professor Robert Berry Promotes Equity in Mathematics in New Leadership Role

As the new president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, UVA professor Robert Q. Berry is asking tough questions about the future of teaching math – all in the pursuit of greater access, equity and joy in mathematics.


Alridge and Nimax Honored as Leaders, Community-Builders in Equity Efforts

As advocates and ambassadors for diversity, equity and inclusion at UVA, Derrick Alridge and Gary Nimax are tireless mentors, show patience and empathy in listening to others, and bring people together to create strong networks and make things happen.


Professor Derrick P. Alridge: Charlottesville Was Latest Battlefield in the Long Struggle for Equality

Professor Derrick P. Alridge is a U.S. educational and intellectual historian whose work examines African American education and the civil rights movement. The following column was published in November 2017 in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.


Q&A: Exploring the Intersection of Race, Education and the American South

Curry School professor Derrick Alridge envisions a new research center as a hub for producing research, building community and driving change in education policy.