Jane Goodall Makes A Simple Case For Encouraging Kids To Be Curious
The legendary primatologist tells Neil deGrasse Tyson how she fell in love with science. Spoiler alert: It was way before she headed to Africa to study chimpanzees.
Apple Co-Founder’s Next Venture Could Revolutionize Education
With Woz U, Steve Wozniak hopes to train a new generation of tech workers for high-paying jobs.
Even Little Kids Can Have Racial Biases
But researchers may have found a way to reverse ugly patterns before they become permanent.
Teen Sues After Being Kicked Out Of School For Not Standing During Pledge Of Allegiance
“It goes against everything I believe in.”
Don't Give Up! Babies Can Learn Persistence By Watching Adults Struggle
Turns out, babies can learn “grit” by watching grownups struggle while completing a task.
Bookstores Are Pulling A Children’s Workbook Because It Portrays A Violent Genocide As No Big Deal
Explaining racism and colonialism to young children is extremely hard. This publisher of a “complete” history textbook isn’t even trying.
When The New Normal In Schools Includes Lockdowns
Can we ever prepare ourselves (let alone our kids) for an active shooter?
“Mom, I did just what you said to do during our drill. I was quiet as a mouse.”
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Says Science Isn’t Dead — And You’re The One Who’s Saving It
America has a secret geeky underbelly, and it’s proof that Trump won’t last
Don’t listen to the haters: America is more curious, skeptical, and in love with the scientific method than ever.
More People Than Ever Are Defaulting On Their Student Loans
A record 8.5 million Americans are in default on their student loans, and that number just keeps growing.
This Teacher Came Up With A Lesson Plan For Combating Hate
Could a writing workshop change hearts and minds?
“Teenagers have a tendency to lash out at each other if they have a difference of opinion.”
University Of Michigan Student Kneels For 20 Hours Straight To Protest Injustice On Campus
It looks like Colin Kaepernick’s peaceful protest is spreading.
A New Film Explores How School Segregation Still Haunts America
It’s been over 60 years since Brown v. Board of Education, and our schools are still separate and unequal
A new film distributed by Ava DuVernay reveals that too many U.S. schools remain separate and unequal.
Department of Education Rolls Back Stiff Obama-Era Guidelines On Campus Sexual Assault
Will the DOE’s new guidelines keep students safe?
Elon Musk’s Next Frontier? Education
The SpaceX founder’s next moon shot could be aimed at a classroom near you.
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