Schooling Inequality is my space for critical reflection about contemporary public education in the United States.  In it I critique educational practices that reproduce social inequality and try to consider new ways of interrupting the ongoing reproduction of ablism, classism, racism, sexism, homophobia, religious bias or any normative discourse that derails the educational potential of so many children.

This is a personal blog and is not an open forum for debate on the existence of issues of oppression.  With that in mind, all comments will be moderated.   While this is an advocacy blog, this site is not an advocacy space for the devil’s representatives.  His/her advocates are welcome to use the remainder of the internet for their work.

In the interest of seeking justice and peace through sharing stories and knowledge I welcome you.

Julia Heffernan, Professor of Education Studies

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