Reexamining Gifted Education Programs; New Book Details Case That Made ‘Climate History’

Reexamining Gifted Education Programs; New Book Details Case That Made ‘Climate History’

Prep for Prep, a nonprofit education program in New York City, helps students of color attend private schools but some argue that it fails to mitigate segregation in the city’s public schools. We reexamine these types of programs with The New Yorker’s Vinson Cunningham. Also, a new book tells the story of Massachusetts v. EPA, a watershed case for environmental law that was decided by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2007. We talk with author Richard J. Lazarus.