Welcome to The Assembly! We are a graduate student run journal of education committed to creating a space online for all stakeholders in education to share their perspectives on the field with each other. We publish publicly oriented articles and dialogue essays once per semester written by scholars, teachers, family members, students, and other members of the field of education. We also aim to facilitate greater communication between these different members through active use of social media.
Weekly Round Up
Harming our Common Future: America’s Segregated Schools 65 Years After Brown
Outrage Over Sick Teachers Paying for Their Own Substitutes Sparks Calls for Reform
The New Secession: Residents of the majority-white southeast corner of Baton Rouge want to make their own city, complete with its own schools, breaking away from the majority-black parts of town.
To better serve Black students, Denver will help a community group develop its school