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Much of the conversation after the shooting has focused on gun control. For Alhadeff, that's just one part of the equation.
After the Paris terrorist attack, House Speaker Paul Ryan declared that the United States cannot turn away the hundreds of thousands of Islamist migrants now being approved for visas to enter the United States. Ryan declared that it is not "appropriate" to consider the religious attitudes of would-be migrants seeking admission. - Paul Ryan | 2016 Presidential Race
This anniversary of his assassination falls amid the largest anti-gun-violence mobilization that we have seen since he departed. Jelani Cobb writes.
In the early days of the Industrial Revolution, it’s been estimated that around 12% of the world's population was literate. Literacy rates increased throughout the 19th century, as people started moving from the countryside to towns and cities for the...
Sam Dogen of the Financial Samurai asked his readers Thursday if they’d take $1 million to attend — or send their kids to — public school over private school. Understandably, about 90% said, “absolutely!”
Riots have broken out over free speech at Berkeley college and they shoud just how frenzied politics have become.
A teacher rebellion in red states from West Virginia to Arizona has put Republicans on the defensive, forcing them to walk a fine line in the months before midterm elections between placating constituents who are angry over education cuts and conservative supporters who want a smaller government and low taxes.
The Ponderosa community will celebrate the opening of the new elementary school on Monday.
First impressions matter—what we experience in our first encounter with something colors how we process the rest of it. Articles are no exception.
Parents and educators, especially in smaller, rural towns were reeling from the news that Puerto Rico plans to close about a quarter of its schools as a response to declining enrollment and reforms.
Millions of workers have neglected to collect their tax returns.
Actor who starred in popular 1980s film advocates critical stance towards art of past
The actress and author Molly Ringwald writes about revisiting the movies she made with the late director John Hughes, including “The Breakfast Club” and “Pretty in Pink,” in the age of #MeToo.
Two-time San Diego teacher of the year Ebonee Weathers wants her students to have the support she lacked while a student.
Dancer and choreographer Kun-Yang Lin said dance is his language of choice and an art form he's loved for as long as he can remember.
The 50-year-old Tennessee man accused of kidnapping his 15-year-old former student was arrested in Northern California, authorities said Thursday.
The long read: How the tattered remnants of an Islamist sect transformed into a relentless terrorist army that Nigeria cannot defeat
Whether this past session of the Mississippi Legislature was successful depends largely on which party a lawmaker belonged to.
Students are prescribed anti-psychotic medication at 16 times the number of diagnoses, and mental health evaluation and counseling remain "grossly inadequate." These are but a few of the many ongoing violations at the Oakley and Columbia juvenile training schools, according to federal court monitor Joyce Burrell.
The Booker nominated author of Swimming Home on success, exile and being too literary to be published