Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes: On Race and Jane Elliott’s Famous Experiment on Prejudice Stephen G. Bloom Skeptic

Read More Skeptic One of the most famous experiments in education — Jane Elliott’s “blue eyes, brown eyes” separation of her third grade students to teach them about prejudice — was very different from what the public was told, as revealed in this excerpt from the in-depth story about what really happened in that classroom.

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