Were disputes about how to teach Black History behind firing of three Social Studies teachers and one additional resignation at a charter school with a
Last week’s feature report discussed The Iceberg Effect, a recent study examining factors that influence education but often remain unmentioned and unmeasured. We learned, for
Critical Exposure trains young people to use photography and advocacy to create change in their schools and communities. The organization, based in DC, but working
special report from DC’s Ward 8 Calls for art instruction, more recreational activities, youth employment and mentorship, “training vs. incarceration,” and a host of other
Across the U.S., three percent of children – a total of roughly 2.7 million – have an incarcerated parent. That’s one in every 28 children.