The Milliken v. Bradley ruling sanctioned a form of segregation that has allowed suburbs to escape being included in court-ordered desegregation and busing plans with nearby cities.
Isha Sesay's new book gives a full and harrowing account of what happened to the 276 girls kidnapped by the jihadist group.
New research finds that computers are most effective as teaching tools when used sparingly, and to teach kids at certain ages specific subjects.
For female students, higher room temperatures mean higher scores.
New research finds that, after middle schoolers completed a climate change curriculum, their parents became more concerned about the phenomenon.
Half of California's children come from immigrant families, and educating them well is crucial to the state's future. New programs in Fresno offer reasons for hope.
Progressives often debate whether universal or targeted policies are best suited to create a more equal society. Warren's college plan brilliantly combines them both.
New research finds particularly positive results when parents and kids work on a creative project together.
There's a clear need to rethink what "impact" means, given the concept's distorting effect on students' priorities and ethics.
Young people's ability to navigate the Internet can be summed up in one word: bleak.
Social institutions that nourish the arts need to offer young people aesthetic experiences that reflect their lived experiences.
With a nimbler approach to the curriculum, we can help this generation develop their ideals into real-world solutions.
Libraries have changed from a silent space to a community hub that hosts all kinds of activities.
The people designing the world's technology should reflect the diversity of those using it.
A new report highlights gross inequities in health coverage for grad students—and a lack of access to mental-health resources more generally.
A new study finds that incorporating music and drawing during lessons can help kids retain what they've learned.
The American Civil Liberties Union and the Human Rights Campaign have spoken out against the South Dakota bill, arguing that it would further stigmatize transgender youth
Students dance in front of riot police as they march to protest against the slowness in the progress of the Chilean education reform in Santiago on April 19th, 2018.
A round-up of images from Viewfinder, Pacific Standard's daily photo feature.
The Trump administration has quietly removed CCAMPIS, a childcare subsidy for student parents attending college, from its 2018 budget. Over one million student parents' ability to afford childcare hangs in the balance.
The letter arrives as the White House is promoting First Lady Melania Trump's anti-bullying campaign for its "Week of Inclusion" event.