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Public Schools news and analysis from The Nation
October 25, 2016
Zephyr Teachout Is Battling Big Money and Cynicism in One of This Year’s Tightest Congressional Races
Can Teachout’s radical optimism prevail in the Hudson Valley?
October 7, 2016
Bilingual Education Is Back on the Ballot in California
This November, voters will decide whether
dual-immersion language programs deserve a new chance in the state’s
October 5, 2016
12 Reasons to Vote for Hillary That Have Nothing to Do With Trump
She and her platform represent much more than just “the lesser evil.”
October 4, 2016
The Anonymous Town That Was the Model of Desegregation in the Civil-Rights Era
Here’s how it fell apart.
September 29, 2016
Everything Is Interesting
Nicholson Baker goes back to school.
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September 22, 2016
Letters From the October 10, 2016, Issue
So much for
magazine… The panic boom… Redoing the House—and Senate… Teach your children well… A real puzzle…
August 9, 2016
The School-Security Industry Is Cashing In Big on Public Fears of Mass Shootings
A spike in spending on high-tech security is diverting educational funds from districts across the country.
July 13, 2016
Building Student Power Through Participatory Budgeting
Students are pressing to bring the process to the City University of New York, one of the nation’s largest public universities, serving more than 270,000 students.
June 17, 2016
Why Are Mexican Teachers Being Jailed for Protesting Education Reform?
They’re peacefully resisting US-style neoliberal measures intended to crush the unions—a backbone of Mexico’s social-justice movements.
June 15, 2016
Millennials Have Lived Through a Doubling of School Segregation
The old methods of encouraging integration in our public education are failing.