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Education news and analysis from The Nation
July 17, 2017
VIDEO: People in Denmark Are a Lot Happier Than People in the United States. Here’s Why.
When governments provide benefits and services that allow its citizens to thrive, everyone wins.
July 13, 2017
Americans Oppose School Segregation in Theory—but Not in Practice
A debate over integration of a wealthy school in New York City shows that change is no easy task.
July 3, 2017
We Are the 99 Percent—Except for the Top 20 Percent of Us
In a new book, Richard V. Reeves argues that members of the upper middle class, not just the ultra-wealthy, are making our society profoundly unequal.
June 20, 2017
Our Schools Are Actually Resegregating
Here’s one way to stop the trend.
June 15, 2017
Betsy DeVos Moves to Help For-Profit Schools Defraud Students
The Education Department just froze two key protections for students.
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June 14, 2017
Removing the Confederate Monuments In New Orleans Was Only a First Step Toward Righting the Wrongs of History
The real sanitization of the past happened when the statues were put up. To correct the record, a museum of Reconstruction should take their place.
Scott P. Marler
June 2, 2017
Meet the 8 Speakers Who Told College Graduates to ‘Demand Change’
From Representative John Lewis to Linda Sarsour, these speakers reminded students of the importance of struggle.
June 1, 2017
This Texas City Just Elected the Youngest City Council Member in the State
Prairie View University has a long history of political engagement, but for the first time several students ran for local office and won two open seats.
May 30, 2017
Who Did Andrew Cuomo Leave Out of His ‘Tuition-Free’ Plan? Undocumented Students.
The majority of CUNY students take classes part-night or at night, making it virtually impossible to cross the 30 credit threshold.
May 24, 2017
These Missouri Students Were Suspended for Defending Their Teachers’ Union
The students’ suspensions became a bargaining chip that forced teachers to forgo contract negotiations. But the students want to keep fighting.