You may have thought our schools, at least the better ones, successfully tackled the problem of institutional racism. But in this surprising new study, well-established assumptions based on style of clothes, culture, and, really, skin color serve to keep down African Americans and other minorities. Teachers and administrators, despite the best of intentions in schools which are considered good schools, institute certain expectations. Guest on this show is Amanda Lewis, educator and co-author of the new book Despite the Best Intentions. Parents and teachers can learn a lot from their research.