By Sonali Kolhatkar American society is steeped in narratives about economic prosperity shaped by capitalist ideas of individualism and a corporate culture of exploitation. Children are exposed to such ideas in schools and via pop culture and are required to put them into practice at a young age by proving their worth in ever-competitive environments […]
In its recent ruling on affirmative action in college admissions, the Supreme Court’s conservative justices squarely came down on the side of race and class-based preferences—for wealthy whites.
A “new breed” of charter schools is spreading conservative ideology and Christian nationalism.
In 2019, LA teachers went on a successful strike. Four years later, they can point to the evidence of what went right with a little district support—and help realize an even better future.
In the midst of a MAGA takeover, the college risks losing accreditation, which could cost it federal funding and hurt students’ ability to transfer credits.
Tens of thousands of Los Angeles teachers went on strike March 21-23, 2023, for the first time in four years, shutting down the nation’s second-largest school district for three rain-soaked days.
A fight over new history curriculum standards in Virginia is part of a nationwide campaign to undermine public schools and prevent educators from teaching the truth about America’s inequality.
The Republican Party’s latest wave of attacks against anyone who threatens the white supremacist patriarchy is couched in false concern for health and well-being.
Efforts by governments and cities across the nation to defund the public library indicate a misunderstanding of the essential role that libraries play.
What you need to know about education savings accounts, a kind of “super-voucher.”