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Kendell Long  is an undergraduate student at Georgetown University, double-majoring in African-American Studies and Government, with a minor in Justice and Peace Studies. Previously, Kendell worked as a summer Eeucator for Georgetown University’s Center for Social Justice high school college access and immersion program.

At Georgetown, he has done research covering early childhood education, restorative justice in education, the school-to-prison pipeline, and education for incarcerated youth. Kendell is passionate about educational equity for marginalized communities, and is eager to bring these passions to Future Ed.

Work by Kendell Long

Vouchers in D.C.: Choosing Not to Choose

In May, after the Republican-controlled Congress renewed the private school voucher program for Washington, D.C.,…