Touts Fuller: Call It ‘Ed Reform’ or Don’t — the Fight to Make Schools Work for Our Poorest Families Must Go On. To Stop Is to Dishonor King’s Memory American Civil Rights and religious leader Dr Martin Luther King Jr (1929 – 1968) bends down as he speaks with a group of schoolgirls in a classroom, January 1960. (Photo by Afro American Newspapers/Gado/Getty Images) By Dr. Howard Fuller January 18, 2019 74 Million Reasons to Give Support The 74’s year-end campaign with a tax-exempt donation and invest in our future. Give Today! Most Popular The Big Picture Fear of Competition? Research Shows That When Asian Students Move In, White Families Move Out California Recognizing Fake News Now a Required Subject in California Schools The Big Picture American Math Scores Fall on International Test — But Many Other Countries Suffered More School (In)Security Louisiana District Failed to Notify Thousands of Leaked Info After Cyberattack Analysis 10 Teens Talk Mental Health, AI & What It’s Like to Be a Student in 2023 Support The 74's year-end campaign. Make a tax-exempt donation now. Republish This Article Learn More Dr. Howard Fuller is a Distinguished Professor of Education at Marquette University.