Education

It Wasn’t the Last Time I was Called Pedophile Just for Being a Gay School Librarian

I was honored to serve on the Georgia Children’s Book Award (GCBA) middle grades state…

I’m an Environmental Educator. Attacks on CRT Also Threaten Environmental Justice Education.

Teachers have been leading the only national protests about anti-history education and anti-Critical Race Theory…

Banning Books

I can understand banning Beloved, a novel that inappropriately emphasizes the unpleasant aspects of slavery…

Why is Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick so afraid of US history?

If Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick (R) has his way, the value of a Texas university…

Addressing Institutionalized Racism in Higher Education

The United States of America has been facing a new era of racial division for…

Can we fix the college admissions process?

In an attempt to make the admissions process more fair, Congress wants to try it’s…

Stop Romanticizing the Educational Experience

There’s been quite a bit of buzz about TV series that take a look at…

Mental Health Matters

In the past decade, society’s focus on mental health issues has taken on a new…

My 5-Year-Old was Suspended for Having a Tantrum

I am a concerned parent with a Kindergartener in the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District.…

Zora Neale Hurston was prescient on race

In 1953, almost a year after Brown v. Board of Education determined school segregation to be unconstitutional, Zora Neale…

The Invisibility of International LGBTQ+ Students on U.S. Campuses

While U.S. higher education promotes the benefits of U.S. college students studying abroad and attracts…

Student Self-Disclosure During Virtual Learning

As the Omicron variant continues its spread, the fact that the U.S. just reached an…

Rep. Matt Krause’s investigation is fueling the HIV epidemic.

This World AIDS Day, Texas state representative Matt Krause is hunting down books with information…

National Bomb Threats – from University Ambivalence to Community Investment

In early November, the United States watched as numerous bomb threats emptied buildings at prestigious…

After Months Online, Students Struggle with Real Life

It’s midterm at universities across the United States, and students and teachers accustomed to three…