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My Teacher

Truthdig has received a number of responses to Chris Hedges’ July 19 column on Coleman Brown, his late friend and professor at Colgate University. Today we have posted some of the best.

Posted on Aug 11, 2015 READ MORE

Campus Administrators Invoke ‘Civility’ to Silence Critical Speech

University administrators are successfully rallying around the value of “civility” in discourse as a means of silencing and getting rid of professors deemed politically troublesome.

Posted on Apr 18, 2015 READ MORE

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Tennessee Senate: ‘Don’t Say Gay’ in School

The Tennessee Senate has passed legislation that would keep teachers from educating their students about homosexuality, with language in the bill asserting that “some subjects are best explained and discussed at home.”

Posted on May 21, 2011 READ MORE

English classroom
AP photo / H. Rumpf Jr.

When Teachers Are the Dropouts

Much is made of the dropout rate in America’s schools, and usually it’s the students who are the focus of the discussion. But what happens when teachers themselves opt out of their roles in the classroom? [In this short analysis, Truthdig educational expert Paul Cummins looks at teachers’ heartbreak, frustration and depression.]

Posted on Apr 25, 2008 READ MORE


Young, Successful, Well Paid: Are They Killing Feminism?

Today’s crop of ambitious businesswomen will earn just as much as their male counterparts but will also kill female solidarity in the process, concludes a controversial UK academic report.

Posted on Mar 29, 2006 READ MORE

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