by Casey Quinlan Jun 27, 2016
Curfews tend to be enforced more often in the summer, when police believe juvenile crime is up, but that's a bad idea.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 24, 2016
Chris Christie's new education funding plan has "fairness" in the title but that doesn't mean it is actually fair.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 23, 2016
The fact that race-conscious admissions policies weren't struck down entirely is a win.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 22, 2016
We're not preparing preschool teachers to teach actual preschool children.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 21, 2016
Federal funding for gun violence research is out of the question, but can state funding help fill in the gap?
by Casey Quinlan Jun 17, 2016
Many American kids learn harmful messages about LGBT people starting in elementary school.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 15, 2016
The accreditor of Corinthian Colleges and ITT could be shut down soon, thanks to a recommendation from the U.S. Department of Education.
by Aaron Rupar Jun 14, 2016
"I can't think of one logical reason why anyone would stamp on a note on a child's arm."
by Zack Kopplin - Guest Contributor Jun 14, 2016
Smaller violations of the Constitution’s First Amendment, which prohibits government promotion of religion, still add up.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 13, 2016
The top-down model of choosing research subjects doesn't foster innovation, some experts say.