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education



  • Billion-Dollar Book Companies Are Ripping Off Public Schools

    Although they tout the advantages of learning technology, major publishers exploit copyright law and licensing agreements to force school districts to pay $27 per student per year for temporary access to digital copies of books like "The Diary of Anne Frank." 



  • A More Perfect Meritocracy

    by Agnes Callard

    Two new books take aim at the moral failures of meritocracy. But we can advocate for a more just society without giving up on merit.



  • Joe Biden Can Inspire Young People — If He Listens to Them

    by Erica Moretti

    Despite apparent progress, children and young adults remain politicized but unable to be political. Mostly this is because politics remains an old person’s game, seldom open to direct representation of young people and adolescents even in issues that directly concern them.



  • Getting Creative With Course Assessments

    When navigating online education, faculty should stray away from traditional exams and opt for innovative assignments that will engage students rather than stress them out.



  • The Return of Jane Elliott

    “When am I going to quit? When racists quit,” Jane Elliott said. “Do I have a job for a lifetime? I’m afraid so.”