The Children in Room E4: American Education on Trial
Researcher Susan Eaton talked about the four years she spent at nearby Simpson-Waverly Elementary School, an all-minority school in a low-income Hartford neighborhood. In her book, The Children in Room E4, she cited Simpson-Waverly as evidence of what she describes as America’s de facto school segregation policies. Topics included poverty, disenfranchisement, and school safety. After her presentation she responded to audience members' questions. close
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Susan E. Eaton Research Director Houston (Charles Hamilton) Institute for Race and Justice
Janice Matthews Librarian University of Connecticut
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