Media & Press

How to Start a Bigger Conversation on Race

How to Start a Bigger Conversation on Race

On January 18, KARE 11's "Breaking the News" show featured a story about race in Minnesota. A reporter sat down with PEG Founder Glenn Singleton to talk about the work Pacific Educational Group is doing throughout the country. "Race is the elephant in our society,"...

Can Racism Be Stopped in the Third Grade?

Can Racism Be Stopped in the Third Grade?

On May 19, New York Magazine reported on Fieldston Lower School in New York City, which was performing an experiment with its 8-year-old students to teach a lesson about race. The school experiment was being done in the name of racial equity, offering a pioneering new...

Intersections Radio: Glenn Singleton

Intersections Radio: Glenn Singleton

On January 7, Intersections Radio at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, interviewed PEG Founder Glenn Singleton as he talked about how designed the Courageous Conversations protocol to help educators and others engage in transformative conversations about...

Live from Sacramento – Achievement Gap

Live from Sacramento – Achievement Gap

On November 14, KQED's Forum held a special live broadcast from their Sacramento studios to look at new efforts to close the achievement gap for California’s African-American and Latino students, who had scored lower than their white and Asian counterparts on...