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Arming teachers – an effective security measure or a false sense...

Aimee Huff, Oregon State University and Michelle Barnhart, Oregon State University In the wake of the mass shooting at...

Students of color in special education are less likely to get...

Mildred Boveda, Penn State When I was a special education teacher at Myrtle Grove Elementary School in Miami in...

How to keep students safe in school: 5 essential reads on...

Alvin Buyinza, The Conversation School shootings in the U.S. are at an all-time high. So far in 2021 there...

Teachers must often face student attacks alone

Charles Bell, Illinois State University When “Ms. Kyles,” a social studies teacher in a suburban district, heard her colleague scream in a nearby classroom, she...

Why some college sports are often out of reach for students...

Kirsten Hextrum, University of Oklahoma; Chris Knoester, The Ohio State University, and James Tompsett, The Ohio State University When...

Why charter schools are not as ‘public’ as they claim to...

Kevin Welner, University of Colorado Boulder Proponents of charter schools insist that they are public schools “open to all...

Student loan debt is crushing Americans – 4 essential reads

Alvin Buyinza, The Conversation and Jamaal Abdul-Alim, The Conversation US$1.7 trillion. That’s how much college students and graduates owed...

Free school meals for all children can improve kids’ health

Matthew J. Landry, Stanford University Recognizing that millions of U.S. children are at risk of hunger, Maine and California...

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