Ohio House Bill 90, also known as the “Humanity of the Unborn Child” bill, mandates that educators become part of the state’s mission to “achieve an abortion-free society.”
Lawmakers passing anti-abortion bills desperately need a sex education crash-course. Unfortunately, so do students across the country.
I feel continuous remorse wrestling with the knowledge that students slipped through the cracks under my watch. But I also know that one teacher or one school implementing best practices is not enough to disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline.
Sara Catherine Cook has stuck with debate for the last five years in her hometown of Birmingham, Alabama—because she didn’t want to abandon her fellow female debaters who fought through the pushback.
More than 100 high school girls took over the labs at Sacramento State University this April to experiment with magnets, play with static electricity, smash concrete, pull metal and get a taste of computer programming.
“I think that black scientists are thought of as mythological Afrofuturist beings. And it may be that we’re Afrofuturists, but we’re not mythological.”
Two-thirds of young adults have been subject to some type of online harassment. In a landmark opinion, a federal appeals court ruled that schools must protect students against online threats.
Portraits of survivors, hung as banners, lined the walkway of Alfred University’s Academic Alley in 2018 during Sexual Assault Awareness Month and again during new student orientation.
During Women’s History Month, many regional competitions of the History Bee take place around the country—and I’m beginning to think they missed the memo about March.
It’s true that tensions are running high—but the stakes are even higher. So today in class, we are talking about it. Pursuant of county directives to remain apolitical in my classroom, I waded into the topic of reproductive rights within its walls.