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Moving past intentional inequities in education

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Ann McColl is an attorney practicing in the field of education law since 1991. Ann served as an associate professor of educational leadership at the UNC Charlotte College of Education from 2002 to 2009. Ann also has served as visiting and adjunct associate professor of public law and government at the School of Government at UNC Chapel Hill.… Read full bio »

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  • Sherri Taylor Goode

    Fascinating information. Thank you!

  • This was quite informative for someone who is new to the educational system in NC. It seems that the desire to oppress through gerrymandering and creating a literacy test in order to vote opened their eyes to see how illiterate whites were. Therefore, public education became important.