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5 of the biggest threats today’s K-12 students and educators face...

Elizabeth Zumpe, UMass Lowell While many American students and their parents worry that the next mass shooting could happen...

Schools are the ‘hubs and hearts’ of neighborhoods – here’s how...

Alisha Butler, Wesleyan University Food deserts. Poor housing conditions. Lack of community investment. These challenges may...

State funds for students at religious schools? Supreme Court says ‘yes’...

Charles J. Russo, University of Dayton For nearly three-quarters of a century, one issue in education has come up...

The lasting consequences of school shootings on the students who survive...

Maya Rossin-Slater, Stanford University; Bokyung Kim, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts; Hannes Schwandt, Northwestern University; Marika Cabral,...

Surprise – your kids may be nervous about ditching the mask

Elizabeth Englander, Bridgewater State University and Katharine Covino-Poutasse, Fitchburg State University The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued...

5 tips to help preschoolers with special needs during the pandemic

Michele L. Stites, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Susan Sonnenschein, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Four months in...

Indigenous Peoples’ Day: Why it’s replacing Columbus Day in many places

Susan C. Faircloth, Colorado State University Columbus Day celebrations in the United States – meant to honor the legacy...

What schools teach about 9/11 and the war on terror

Jeremy Stoddard, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Diana Hess, University of Wisconsin-Madison The phrase “Never Forget” is often associated with...

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Inequality can be addressed only if we start talking about the...

Barry Eidlin, McGill University In the 2016 presidential race, candidates from both major parties are looking for ways to address inequality. Partly, they must do so...