民事和人权活动家对教育股权的看法

由Wade Henderson.

Growing up as a student in Washington, D.C., in the 1950s, Wade Henderson, Esq., ETS Board of Trustees Member and Interim President & CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, witnessed the increasing need for equity and transformative change in education. Sharing similar experiences of injustice with his African American peers, Henderson was drawn to promoting and protecting the civil and human rights of all persons in the United States through his work as an attorney, along with work at The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and The Leadership Conference Education Fund.

每个独特的体验 - 他作为一个K-12学生的时间,他的本科生和他在法学院度过的时间 - 帮助将亨德森塑造成一个变革的代理商,而不仅仅是追求高等教育,而且为所有人提供了改变的代理人,而是为了所有人。亨德森相信每个成功的一代人,我们可以从美国对基本价值观的承诺来源的愿景中受益,这些基本价值观为所有人带来公平和机会。