Thanks to Governor Christie, a generation of hardworking New Jersey students don't know if they'll be able to afford college.
After describing the immediate effects of budget cuts to education, such as overburdened teachers and lack of after school activities, the 16-year-old author considers the long-term effects of a poorly educated populace for the future of America.
Finding out that higher education and burger production have a disturbing amount in common.
A father councils his son to find work he's passionate about, after losing his own job as a in a bank buyout.
After taking an enlightening AP European History course, the author hopes that enrichment courses will survive the budget cuts to education.
A college degree shouldn't have to seem out of reach for American Indian young people—and they shouldn't have to compromise their cultural heritage in the process, either.
Nation Student Writing Contest Winner: A freshman at Old Bridge High School reports on how New Jersey's budget cuts have cheated her and her fellow students of a quality education.
A million and a half teenagers were unemployed this summer and didn't want to be. What does that mean besides less spending money for teens? Plenty.
Despite conservative attempts to whitewash what they learn in school, young Americans are a diverse and tolerant bunch—and they know it.
It is manifestly barbarous that children should be tossed into jail for life.