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Featured News CRP Response to Release of the 2009-10 Civil Rights Data
The Civil Rights Project commends the U.S. Department of Education for recent changes to the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) and public release of the 2009-10 school year data but also highlights the need for additional changes.
Featured News Collected Works of University of California’s Lingusitic Minority Research Institute now available
CRP makes LMRI documents available to the public via the University of California's eScholarhip, an open-access, scholarly publishing service.
Featured News Call for Papers: Exploring Possible Benefits of Bilingualism in the Labor Market and Beyond
The Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles, in collaboration with the Educational Testing Service (ETS), is pleased to issue a call for papers under the general topic of “The Benefits of Bilingualism.”
Featured News CRP Mourns Loss of Dedicated Civil Rights Attorney John Payton
John Payton, the superb leader of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, a preeminent force in the battle for civil rights, passed away on March 22, 2012.
Featured News Fall River Public Schools Suspend Black and Latino Students, and Students with Disabilities, at Unusually High Rates
Civil Rights Project at UCLA and ACLU of Massachusetts file complaint with U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights, alleging violations of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Featured News Civil Rights Project Issues Policy Brief, California: A Case Study in the Loss of Affirmative Action
This brief reviews the various efforts undertaken by the University of California to maintain diversity in the institution, and especially at its highly competitive flagship campuses, UCLA and Berkeley, in the face of the loss of affirmative action during the mid-1990s.
Featured News Hundreds of U.S. Researchers File Brief with U.S. Supreme Court Supporting University of Texas Diversity Policies
Scholars from 172 universities and research centers in 42 states have joined together in a brief summarizing key research on affirmative action for the U.S. Supreme Court.
Featured News Project SOL Teachers Receive "Courage to Act" Awards
Eight Project SOL teachers received “Courage to Act, Bilingual Teacher Awards” from the California Association of Bilingual Educators and were also recognized by the California Legislature and the Secretary of Foreign Relations of Mexico for their exceptional dedication and talent in bringing college preparatory curriculum to immigrant students in high school.
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