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The leader of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund poses a blunt question to the nation's first black president.
A doctor who has taught at Stanford and Harvard's medical schools says medical education must change to help physicians learn how to work with terminally ill patients
Del. Mark L. Cole (R-Spotsylvania) said he is trying to protect the privacy of Virginia schoolchildren.
The Education for Justice program, taken by select TFA candidates during their senior year of college, is based on feedback from principals, parents, and teacher educators.
Among other new initiatives, the famously protective organization has quietly begun devolving more authority to its 52 regions, some of which are pushing the boundaries of the group's model.
A number of TFA's regions are experimenting with strategies for extending corps members' tenure in teaching beyond two years.
The organization is putting a greater emphasis on equity and racial issues, even as its bona fides as a social-justice organization are fiercely contested.