She is a sociologist, poet, Twitter maven, Chicago cultural celebrity and newly minted Marvel Comics writer. But don’t ask Dr. Ewing about her superpowers.
The New York Times and ProPublica examined the Charlottesville, Va., school system, which has one of the biggest racial gaps in the country.
One out of every 10 students lived in temporary housing during the last school year.
A policy analyst calls for early care and learning programs.
What I learned answering calls to my university’s student helpline.
At more than 20 medical schools in the United States, students are getting an earful — about life, about perspective — from healthy seniors.
The new contract between the teachers’ union and the city is aimed at schools that have a hard time keeping teachers.
Politicians and teachers say an effort by the Alternative for Germany party, urging people to report teachers for violating a neutrality law, resembles the work of East Germany’s secret police.
What does life look like for girls turning 18 in 2018? We gave young women photographers around the world an assignment: Show us 18 in your community. This is 18 — through girls’ eyes.
Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, calls for funding sustainability coordinators in the public schools.
A strategy for community problem-solving does an extraordinary job at restoring our social fabric.
What we learned from the Kavanaugh ordeal.
One of 200,000 students in New York’s public schools classified as having a disability, T.J. has fallen behind year after year in a system awash in misinformation and confusion.
One mental strategy may be much better suited than another to a particular task.
The student loan servicer misled borrowers and stopped them from using a debt relief program for public service workers, a lawsuit says.
How Ivy League resentments took over the Kavanaugh debate.
The paradox of the overzealous editing of the college essay by many helicopter parents is that they don’t know what a college essay is really about.
We’re interested in your observations about “kids today” for an upcoming print feature that will accompany our photo contest for teenagers, Show Us Your Generation.
A daughter recalls her journalist father’s reporting of the desegregation of the Little Rock, Ark., public schools in 1957.
High school students see the problem differently.
The Education Department has significantly mismanaged a debt relief program for public workers, according to a government audit.
Though we like to think that we’ve evolved since the hard-partying and sexual attitudes of the 1980s, affluence, high expectations and alcohol remain a dangerous mix.
The civil rights inquiry by the Justice and Education Departments expands the Trump administration’s effort to challenge race-based admissions policies at elite universities.
In nearly every district, students did better on the annual math and reading exams. But comparing the results with previous years’ is almost impossible.
He has promised money for schools. There are several grass-roots efforts to spread the Montessori method that could really use some.
The company S’Well is giving the water bottles to every New York City high school student in a program that aims to raise environmental consciousness.
Readers discuss findings that students learn better when they are the same race and gender as their teacher.
In this week’s Race/Related newsletter: we discuss the importance of diversity among teachers, how to respond when you hear a racist remark, and more.