Is Mississippi’s child care system backsliding?

Vital programs for vulnerable Mississippi children in limbo as state rushes to meet new federal rules

“They only kill us because of our skin color and our race.”

What kids worried about during a year of police violence

How to talk to black students about the Tulsa shooting

From Twitter to the classroom: A teacher explains how to help students cope in a series of 18 tweets

This futuristic afterschool program really works, so why is the funding being slashed?

A funding blunder in Mississippi endangers after school programs for some of its neediest children

What if students could study what they love, at a pace that suits their needs?

Horizon Report identifies challenges in personalized learning

Programming sun and rain: Students run an indoor farm at school by computer or mobile app

Green beans and other vegetables growing in the computer-controlled climate of a hydroponic farm in an old shipping container at Boston Latin School. Students monitor and control it…


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Students have the right to demand receipts for pledging allegiance

Don’t blame high school football players for desecrating our secular religion

Can $10 million build the ideal high school?

A private group pours money into an effort to build the high schools “of the future”

How do we stop the exodus of minority teachers?

New report suggests working conditions largely to blame for high turnover