Without Internet Access, Our Most Vulnerable Children Are Locked Outside the Digital Schoolhouse Door

Philadelphia’s problem is America’s problem. If you want to go to school, see a doctor, apply…

“The 1619 Project” Enters American Classrooms – by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Nikole Hannah-Jones When New York Times correspondent Nikole Hannah-Jones won the Pulitzer Prize for commentary for…

EdNext Podcast: Why Fewer Teens Are Working Summer Jobs – by Education Next

Education reporter David Loewenberg joins Education Next Editor-in-chief Marty West to discuss Loewenberg’s new article, which…

George Floyd’s Death Was Murder, Plain and Simple

As part of my job as an educator, I have, at times, had to restrain teenagers.…

The Title IX Spotlight Shifts from the Campus to the Schoolhouse – by R. Shep Melnick

The U.S. Department of Education headquarters in Washington, D.C. Already overwhelmed by the Covid-19 challenge, public…

Access to Education Technology Is Not Enough – by Karl Rectanus

When school districts began closing in mid-March, education-technology usage dropped over 60 percent in the first…

A Conversation on the Impact of COVID-19 in States Featuring Governor Tom Wolf

Join Vice President Joe Biden and Governor Tom Wolf for a conversation on the impact of…

I’m a Black Woman on My Way to Becoming a Doctor Because I Never Gave Up

I grew up believing that excellence is not an option, but rather an obligation.  I breezed…

League 46 | Joe Biden For President

Vice President Biden knows we need the energy and partnership of young Americans across the country…

Episode 40: Demanding a Family-Centered Response to Coronavirus (ft. Parent Activists Anise and Yolanda)

In this episode, you’ll hear from Anise Walker and Yolanda Corbett about the state of education…