Education Review: Fall 2006
Students who took part in a strike against inadequate African American schools posing for a photo in Prince Edward County.  (Photo by Hank Walker//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Students who took part in a strike against inadequate African American schools posing for a photo in Prince Edward County. (Photo by Hank Walker//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)
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The battle over desegregation in Virginia robbed this man of a childhood education. Can a scholarship program make it up to him?
 
Montgomery County is helping its least-advantaged kindergartners close the gap.
 
A college professor expands her own life views while teaching her older students.
 
Looking to start a new life in Dubai? Chat with your tour guide in China? Or just read Don Quixote in Spanish? Whatever your goal, there's a language program for you.
 
A high school "career course" puts Maryam Sindi on the path to her dream: caring for the needy around the globe.
 
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Liza Mundy fields questions and comments on her story of a Virginia scholarship program designated for African-American adults from Prince Edward County who, as children, were denied a public education.
 
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Philosophy majors learn pretty quickly that the love of wisdom rarely gets the attention it deserves.
 

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