Lindsey is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison majoring in Education Policy with certificates in Arts & Teaching, Environmental Studies, and Jewish Studies. Her research interests include education policy, culturally-responsive teaching, urban/community planning, and arts education/integration. Lindsey works as a research assistant, an intern for the Division of Diversity, Equity, & Educational Achievement, a teacher and performer in a theatre/creative writing residency program, and a volunteer with various educational organizations throughout Madison. Upon graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in education research or policy analysis.
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June 23, 2023Read the Article ↗
The University of Wisconsin-Madison's plan to demolish the Zoe Bayliss Women’s Cooperative—a vital affordable housing provider— for a new Humanities building, highlights the ongoing struggle between educational advancement and housing inequality. Amid a system favoring affluent white students, the fate of this last student housing cooperative raises crucial questions about housing discrimination and the deep-seated inequality in U.S. higher education.