Native and black kids should not have to bear the cost of America’s fascination with violence, no matter what our tone-deaf president says.
It’s not an accident that many students arrive at college with little understanding of U.S. history or knowledge of how their government works. The good news is that they want to learn.
The price of a college education, even at public universities, is out of control, causing many Americans to question whether college degrees pay off.
Since the arrival of alt-right groups on campuses across the country, student activists are turning ad hoc protests into lasting organizations designed to tackle the phenomenon.
Although most can't even vote, they urge lawmakers to enact stricter laws in the wake of the high school shooting that left 17 people dead in Florida.
Schools have repeatedly been struck from the air by Saudi, UAE, Moroccan and Jordanian pilots using American-supplied planes and bombs, in a campaign backed by Washington and the United Kingdom.
In a country where public school systems are failing, a growing nonprofit organization shows students and teachers how to revitalize learning.
In the wake of Hurricane Maria, Gov. Ricardo Rosselló has wasted no time using his territory’s recovery as an opportunity to push policy proposals that are right out of the “disaster capitalism” playbook.