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April 28, 2023
Connecticut Will Require Public Schools to Teach Climate Change. Can More States Follow?
While Congress is unlikely to pass a national climate education bill any time soon, there is an opportunity for local legislators to take similar actions.
April 26, 2023
Inside the Youth Campaign to Bring Climate Change to the World’s Highest Court
After years of organizing, a global movement of young people helped push the UN to request a consequential opinion on climate change from the International Court of Justice.
April 19, 2023
“I Live in a Gray Area”: Being a Trans High School Student Without Support
As a transgender minor with deeply conservative parents, I’m unable to be diagnosed with gender dysphoria. But I still found my name and community.
April 12, 2023
SoFi Bank’s Lawsuit to End the Student Loan Payment Pause Is Pure Corporate Greed
The CEO of SoFi was paid nearly $103 million in 2021. Now the bank is suing the Biden administration in an attempt to gain even greater profits.
April 6, 2023
Being Openly Trans in High School Is Already Hard. Republicans Want to Make It Impossible.
Right-wing politicians are not “protecting children” by restricting gender-affirming treatment. They are forcing a generation of trans people to stay in the closet.
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April 4, 2023
Corporations Are Recruiting High School Students to Help Fuel the Climate Crisis
Energy, technology, defense, and finance companies have launched youth
outreach programs designed to attract students before college and cover up their contributions to climate change.
March 30, 2023
Fossil Fuel Companies Are Donating Millions to Skew University Research
A new report from Data for Progress and Fossil Free Research examines the influence Big Oil and other polluters have in higher education.
March 29, 2023
Gen Z and Baby Boomers Need to Work Together
By forming intergenerational coalitions that focus on shared values rather than divisive stereotypes, young people can learn from the fights that came before them. “We are not the first ones to be engaging with these issues.”
March 24, 2023
No, Bill Maher, Student Debt Cancellation Is Not a “Giveaway”
The idea that borrowers would use President Biden’s student debt cancellation to fund a luxurious lifestyle is not only insensitive but out of touch with reality.
March 21, 2023
Wellesley College Isn’t an All-Women School
By rejecting a successful referendum calling for gender-inclusive language and admissions, the university continues to ignore its trans and nonbinary students.