Public schools in the U.S. now have a majority of nonwhite students.
That's been the case since 2014, and yet children of color — especially boys — still lag behind their white peers.
This story has been all over the media. It's topic No. 1 at education conferences on university campuses. Even the White House is all over it.
But what Ron Ferguson wants to know is why. And he says there's a big group of experts out there who never get asked about it: boys and young men of color.