by Zack Ford Apr 22, 2016
All Dave and Hannah Edwards wanted was a safe learning environment for their child, but the parents at their school declared war against them.
by Alan Pyke Apr 19, 2016
Sources say the idea comes from a small handful of Republican lawmakers, some of whom have a track record of waging war on anti-poverty systems.
by Alan Pyke Apr 1, 2016
So much for checks and balances.
by Zack Ford Mar 22, 2016
Kansas is now on deck to be the first state to pass a sweeping anti-transgender bill.
A group masquerading as a medical authority wants parents and schools to reject transgender kids.
by Zack Ford Mar 9, 2016
Tennessee lawmakers are considering a bill even more transphobic than South Dakota's.
by Bryan Dewan Mar 2, 2016
Forty percent of New York City students with disabilities are not getting the services they need or deserve.
by Alan Pyke Mar 2, 2016
After 13 years teaching in the district, a woman is fired because her student stole and shared pictures from her phone.
by Zack Ford Mar 1, 2016
South Dakota could have become the first state to regulate transgender students' bathroom use, but it didn't.
by Zack Ford Feb 19, 2016
South Dakota's bill targeting transgender students would set an expensive, life-threatening precedent if it became law.