Our largest effort is the Edwin Washington Project: which is done in partnership Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) and others to primarily examine the experiences of African-Americans in segregated schools, 1865-1968. We plan to expand that interest to neighboring counties in 2021. We also study white education during the study period in order to fully understand the history. A major conference on Black Educational Achievement in education was co-hosted by LCPS and the Edwin Washington Project in November, 2018. In 2021 we will brief a national conference on country schools about the plight of Blacks during segregation in Loudoun. We will likely host another similar event in 2022. Stay tuned.