As student occupation continues, professors join in calls for the university to abandon plan for armed police
Democratic frontrunner calls for $315 billion investment—education activists, such as Lois Weiner, say it’s still not enough
Bribery and corruption is the real problem in college admissions, not affirmative action, says historian Gerald Horne–With host Paul Jay
The State of Maryland is facing fresh allegations of failing to adequately fund majority black schools, according to a brief jointly filed by parents, American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland and NAACP Legal Defense fund on Thursday, March 7.
America’s deadliest city grapples with violence, poverty, and the legacy of institutional racism
Journalist Eric Blanc discusses the tentative agreement to end the Denver teachers strike
Over 300 teachers rallied to defend pay raises and to fully fund public schools
“ICE is a racist institution that terrorizes black and brown communities and violates the human rights of the families it separates,” says one Hopkins professor.
LA Teacher’s strike shows that unions can win more support for students and can open a battle against the unchecked creation of charter schools. Arlene Inouye, the Chair of the UTLA Bargaining Team discusses the result
The Baltimore school board rejected the proposal amid heated debate. Meanwhile, we get a response to an ACLU and NAACP-LDF letter demanding Maryland adequately fund Baltimore schools