Emmett Till’s mother brought awareness to America’s failed, racist justice system over 60 years ago. Today, mothers are still at the forefront of the fight for justice for their children and all children.
After Ahmed Mohamed’s ordeal, there’s no denying that Americans still harbor misguided feelings about Muslims.
Some schools are still separate and unequal when it comes to students with disabilities.
Growing up in a diverse and wealthy neighborhood put me on the road to reach my potential.
Nobody should lose out on a good education because of a bad experience.
Scott Sklar fights for independence from fossil fuels by being whimsical and wonky.
Institute for Policy Studies and Howard University’s African Studies Department are honored to sponsor the D.C. book launch of Gbagba by Robtel Neajai Pailey exploring issues of integrity, accountability, and corruption through a beautifully illustrated children’s narrative.
Monumental gifts to museums are coinciding with the erosion of arts programs at the nation’s public schools.
Lawmakers have long underinvested in young people, and sequestration would make matters even worse.
The DADT repeal marked a significant step toward equal rights for the LGBT community, but the problems don’t stop — or start — there.
State officials are allowing tax dollars to underwrite K-12 virtual disasters.
The Bush tax cuts siphon off money that could fund education and other crucial programs.
While charter proponents claim that their schools are less bureaucratic, more efficient, and more effective, the evidence doesn’t really back that up.
Watch the magic of the market at work.