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New laws won’t help unless teachers are prepared to accurately and honestly reflect the full history of this nation ...
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More than twenty years after Barbara Ehrenreich uncovered deep economic inequities and indignities endured by the working ...
Some publishers are still selling materials that contain debunked ideas about reading instruction, the podcast Sold a Story ...
This month’s Conference of the Parties, or COP 27, in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, the United Nations’ official annual “let’s not ...
Thirty-five colleges and universities shut down in 2021, a 70 percent decrease from 2016, when a peak of 120 colleges ...