Race

Let’s invest in black kids who pursue STEM the way we do black kids on the football field

Our students must develop tech skills or risk unemployment at the hands of AI

segregation academies

Reckoning with Mississippi’s ‘segregation academies’

Like segregated lunch counters and separate entrances, private schools founded to evade integration are reminders of the South’s resistance to equality. But ‘segregation academies’ aren’t relics of the past

free speech on campus

We must not allow bigots on campus to hide behind free speech

Academic freedom and the spread of hate are incompatible at an institution of learning

HBCUs

HBCUs are leading centers of education — why are they treated as second-class citizens?

In Maryland, Gov. Hogan is shortchanging state’s black colleges, a pattern seen in other states

second language

What happens when college students discuss lab work in Spanish, philosophy in Chinese or opera in Italian?

A new movement has colleges adding second language sections to English-instructed courses 

talking to kids about race

Too few parents talk to their kids about race and identity, report finds

Ten percent of parents discuss race often with their children

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math and reading scores

As Republicans stress political fiction over facts, students’ math and reading scores fall

GOP remedy for the decline? More of the policies that may have prompted it 

Elizabeth Warren shows she understands education in ways charter advocates did not

Linking housing and education gets at the root of the problem in our education system

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