Children of the Dream
University of California, Berkeley Professor Rucker Johnson talked about his book, Children of the Dream: Why School Integration Works, in which he argued that integrated, well-funded schools are the gateway to social mobility.
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Prudence Carter Dean University of California, Berkeley->Graduate School of Education
Christopher Edley Jr. Professor University of California, Berkeley->School of Law
Denise Herd Associate Director University of California, Berkeley->Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society
Rucker Johnson Professor University of California, Berkeley->Goldman (Richard and Rhoda) School of Public Policy
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