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An article by The New York Times about Jason Lieb, a University of Chicago professor who stepped down amid a sexual harassment scandal, ignited a heated debate on social media.
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A school district tries to reverse the underachievement and lack of opportunity for the country’s most vulnerable students, African-American boys.
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How have conservative leaders and rival candidates for the Republican presidential nomination begun to challenge Donald J. Trump aggressively after his defeat in the Iowa caucuses?
At a number of city public high schools, wrestling teams with male and female athletes are cheering each other on.
The Learning Network: Student Question | Have You Experienced Racism or Other Kinds of Discrimination in School?
Do you think your school sometimes has a hostile environment for people of color, or for anyone who is in the minority there? If so, how much does that concern you?
You may not have realized just how many learning opportunities the various holidays, traditions and calendrical quirks of February 2016 offer you, but we have.
Administrators may have been missing a tricky truth: Diversity is one thing, inclusion another. How to undo a problem that has haunted the university for decades?