Have you ever seen a solar eclipse? A new book for readers of all ages explains the science behind the rare and wonderful event.
Centering schools around the well-being of our students (and their teachers) is the most straightforward path to positive change in the workplace.
Educators Rising is a national program that gets students onto an educational career path while they’re still in high school.
A combination of policy changes and increased safety measures could help reduce the risk of school shootings, says psychology professor Paul Boxer.
When film and television creators feature people of color in their storylines, they often feel compelled to frame them via tragic histories of oppression. But what about simply letting BIPOC characters experience the same joy as their White counterparts?
Amid the heated national controversy about CRT in schools, some Black educators are openly using the framework to help students better understand history and contextualize current events.
“It’s not about the art that’s made in the end. It’s about the process, the discussions, and the relationships that you’re building with the people around you.”
“We can’t afford to let our education systems get in sustainability’s way.”
Stories are the most diverse, innovative, and dynamic technology for social transformation.
There is a long history of right-wing forces fighting against progressive educational curricula. Now, scholars like Robin D. G. Kelley are working to level the playing field against the moneyed political interests behind the attacks.
Female faculty members of color are disproportionately called upon by both colleagues and students to do diversity, equity, and inclusion work—with no compensation for this labor.
Oriel María Siu’s new children’s book explodes the myth of Christopher Columbus as a celebrated explorer and re-centers Indigenous narratives of how the Americas were colonized.
The Algebra Project sprang directly from Bob Moses’ civil rights work in Mississippi, which transformed the state from a segregationist stronghold into a focal point of the civil rights revolution.
When schools achieve environmental justice, the whole climate benefits.
Amid a pandemic biking boom, cycling education organizations are working to make sure access is equitable and inclusive.
An Indian biologist went door-to-door, listening and helping people develop livelihoods, to ultimately save an endangered species.
We need to make it easier to understand basic climate science and emissions reductions.
College students are learning that caring about the environment should be part of learning about it.
Relationship violence threatens not only students’ physical safety and emotional well-being, but also their academic prospects. Some campuses are finding solutions to help keep survivors in school.