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Public Schools news and analysis from The Nation
September 28, 2022
Trump’s Judges Are Just Getting Started
On this week’s episode of
The Time of Monsters
, Linda Hirshman discusses how the reactionary courts could block progressive governance.
September 20, 2022
It Isn’t Populist to Defund Rural Schools
The Republican Party has won rural America by fanning the flames of the culture war. But by taking a match to public schools, it may have finally gone too far.
Jennifer C. Berkshire
September 6, 2022
In Choosing a Teacher for His Running Mate, Charlie Crist Walks the Walk
And that’s a smart political move in a state where Ron DeSantis’s teacher-bashing needs to be called out.
September 6, 2022
It’s Time for Democrats to Stop Undermining Teachers’ Unions
Unions are key to building multi-racial solidarity and fighting divisive far-right politics.
September 2, 2022
What Happens When a School Tries to Silence Queer Voices?
Marcus Pennell, a trans columnist at a high school in Nebraska, explains why administrators shut down his newspaper—and why it matters to LGBTQ students everywhere.
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August 19, 2022
Why I’m Joining the Exodus of Teachers Leaving the Classroom
We all have our reasons for not returning. For me, it is the lack of care for teachers’ and students’ health as we face another year of Covid.
August 4, 2022
The Religious Right-Wingers Working to Run Ohio
Republican legislators in the Buckeye State have introduced multiple bills to curtail civil rights with the help of the Center for Christian Virtue.
July 25, 2022
Back to School…
To Learn About Another Mass Shooting?
July 7, 2022
How Masks Changed My School Experience
Wearing a mask in high school is annoying, but it makes me feel safe. My biggest fear is reliving the nightmare that began in March 2020.
June 28, 2022
The Theocrats on the Supreme Court Strike Again
With the praying football coach decision, the court’s conservatives upended a key precedent and knocked another hole in the wall separating church and state.