South L.A. Students Are Helping This Museum Collect Data About Climate Change
“The hands-on experience is more effective than just showing them videos of polar bears or teaching them about Arctic regions.”
Low-Income Student Enrollment Is On A 20-Year Decline At Public Universities
It's hurting social mobility.
5 Spine-Tingling Reads For Halloween
Mummies, urban legends, and immortal souls — oh my! What scary stories top your list?
Could You Forgive The Teen Who Shot Your Son?
“My son died and you lost your grandson to the adult criminal justice system”
One dad did. Now he’s teaching middle schoolers about compassion in an effort to stop youth violence.
This Celebrity Chef Wants To Help Low-Income Students In Chicago Break Into The Culinary Industry
“I believe our city is rich with untapped resources.”
Their Catholic University Keeps Shutting Them Down, But This LGBTQ Group Continues Fighting For Recognition
“I feel like the culture on this campus is set back 30 years from America.”
While The Island Slowly Recovers, Some Colleges Are Lending Puerto Rico’s Students A Hand
Tulane University students got help during Hurricane Katrina. Now they, and others, are paying it forward for victims of Hurricanes Maria and Harvey.
Here's How One Ethics Professor Reacted When A Notorious Nazi Came To Her Campus
Richard Spencer's talk at the University of Florida led to violent protests — and a real-world lesson in moral quandaries.
Anna L. Peterson
Here’s How To Talk To Kids About Sexual Violence
Tarana Burke, the founder of the Me Too campaign, explains why families need to have uncomfortable conversations.
Dozens Of People March To Support A Black Child Who Was Harassed By Racists
“He thought the kids were going to shoot him.”
Italy Is Teaching Students How To Spot Fake News
“Fake news drips drops of poison into our daily web diet and we end up infected without even realizing it.”
Some Think It’s Worth The Risk, But Hazing Can Be Deadly
Since 1959, there has been at least one hazing death per year in U.S. colleges and secondary schools.
Philando Castile Is Still Helping To Feed Kids In His City A Year After He Was Killed By Police
The beloved cafeteria manager’s memory is being honored through a crowdfunding campaign that’s raised enough money to erase the school lunch debt for every child in the St. Paul Public Schools.
The Ground Is Contaminated. Residents Are Scared. But The NAACP Is Working To Fix It
Through the Community Scientist program, one of the oldest civil rights groups in the nation is teaching students in East Chicago, Indiana, how to fight environmental injustice.
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