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Asking too much of high school graduates but not enough of businesses that employ them

The Chicago mayor’s new preparedness initiative is good, but doesn’t go far enough

Teachers at Piedmont Elementary School use iPads each morning with the school’s youngest students to check student emotions before beginning class work. (Photo by Jackie Mader)

Learning is social and emotional; our classrooms should be too

Accountability should not equal punishment

When the firing of a principal raises bigger questions than one person’s bigotry

Dismantling racist policies is harder than destroying tangible symbols of racism

Come for the computers, stay for the books

Libraries are re-booting to become the tech hub for schools

In high-crime areas, education reform needs to expand outside the classroom

A science project can be the difference between life and death for kids in New Orleans

Good news: There is an answer to the shortage of black and brown teachers

If you could only see them, right under your noses

Even a child can see the hypocrisy in Trump’s environmental plan

There should be alignment between our federal policies and what we teach in school

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Building educational “success” on the backs of fired black teachers

Was the human cost of New Orleans’ school choice reforms really worth it?

I finally agree, college isn’t for everyone

White nationalist activity on campus has shown me that higher education doesn’t need to be inclusive at all costs

When cause of death is not suicide, but school

When black kids kill themselves, look to see what schools aren’t doing to protect them

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