Uncategorized Fuller: To Truly Honor Dr. King, Teachers Must Fight for Justice Beyond the Schoolhouse Doors for Their Poor Black Students Hundreds of students greet Rev. Martin Luther King (R) at the St. James Baptist Church in 1963 after it was learned that a federal judge, Elbert Tuttle of Atlanta, had enjoined the city school board from expelling the students for participating in demonstrations. (Photo credit: Getty Images) By Dr. Howard Fuller April 3, 2018 Untangle Your Mind! Sign up for our free newsletter and start your day with clear-headed reporting on the latest topics in education. Sign Up Most Popular School (In)Security Florida Students Seize on ‘Parental Rights’ to Stop Educators From Hitting Kids Adult Education Why the Adult Education World Is Overdue In Embracing the Science of Reading News Why $2B in New School Funding Is Leaving Minnesota Districts Scrambling for Cash Analysis Wrong Ideas about Teacher Pay, Happiness May Keep Students from the Profession Analysis Key to Improving America’s Schools: Rethinking School Staffing & Teacher Quality Get stories like these delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for The 74 Newsletter Republish This Article Learn More Dr. Howard Fuller is a Distinguished Professor of Education at Marquette University.