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Gus T. Ridgel, one of the first black students admitted to the University of Missouri, said he was surprised and disappointed by the racist incidents that prompted the recent campus upheaval.
Melissa Click was seen on video calling for “some muscle” to remove a journalist from a public demonstration.
Amidst a web of challenges, principals can still manage to control the "weather" inside their schools, writes Tamara McWilliams.
A rash of student transfers was a wake-up call for Principal Rodney Fisher to prioritize his school's mission, he writes.