Though difficult to pinpoint, white educators often put forth stereotypes when they discuss Black students among themselves, new research has found.
Racial hostility can produce symptoms similar to what soldiers experience as a result of going to war.
Science fiction books can inspire more children to become scientists if authors and illustrators do a better job of depicting characters from diverse backgrounds.
Extremely young school shooters are not believed to be capable of forming criminal intent.
Yeshiva University’s legal case has garnered national attention, but several similar cases are underway.
Arrest of student who got in dispute with professor raises questions about the role of campus police.
A finance expert explains why President Biden’s student loan forgiveness program got blocked – and what’s next for student loan borrowers in search of relief.
Green jobs go beyond solar panel installation and wind turbine maintenance. They’re found in fields from design to economics and in many types of management.
Spacecraft are just a small part of what it takes for humans to become an interplanetary species. A political science professor explains how there is much more to creating a spacefaring society.
At a time when politicians across the country are debating how slavery in the US is taught, high school students are participating in mock slave auctions that are having severe consequences
Pictures of women in war play a pivotal role in the battlefield of political ideas, argues a feminist historian who examines how images and attire are used and seen in war zones and occupied lands.
Books are one of the oldest forms of communication ‘technology,’ a scholar writes, and understanding how they’ve evolved over time provides insights into their role in society.
The Supreme Court has yet to rule on whether school dress codes are protected under the law.
Researchers found that students are being judged by their race and gender, not how well they do math.
A former math teacher explains what’s behind the recent drop in math scores for the nation’s fourth and eighth graders.
Avoiding failure by playing it safe may limit opportunities for learning and growth.
An expert on international education explains the forces behind the drop in students from China and the jump in students from India studying in the US.
Swift, like all writers, draws from her literary forebears to craft new works.
African American Vernacular English is a stigmatized dialect that is still ridiculed in education and the workplace. Its speakers are coherent and intelligent communicators, but remain disadvantaged.
Universities, museums and other charities that find themselves saddled with names that have become sullied must choose among a few bad options.