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Confederate Monuments: Choosing What to Revere

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Limiting Protest Silences Dissent

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Right to Protest Forms a More Perfect Union

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In the winter 2018 edition of The Legal Eagle, we published a story (Limiting Protest Silences Dissent) about limiting protests, specifically National...

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Balancing the Right to Protest with the Right to Be Heard

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by Hanna Krueger Free speech is one of the most sacred rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and nowhere has it been more revered than on college...

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Explaining the Roots of Institutional Racism

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by Phyllis Raybin Emert Individual acts of racism are easy to identify. A young white man shoots members of a black church. The n-word is painted on a...

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School Discipline Harsher for Black Students

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by Michael Barbella The way a disciplinary incident involving a sixth-grader was handled at a school in Florida is reflective of the racial bias that ...

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Free Breakfast for Every Student Just Makes a Lot of Sense

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Every day, I strive to create a positive, welcoming and equitable learning environment where my students can be themselves, access instruction in mean...

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In 2019, Education’s Getting More Personal, Memorable and Connected Than Ever

Students in a science class put the final touches on their class presentation.  Photo by Allison Shelley/The Verbatim Agency for American Education: Images of Teachers and Students in Action

A new year brings new possibilities and new enhancements, particularly to educators across the world looking to implement unique techniques and techno...

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This Pi Day, Let’s Celebrate Girls Killing It at STEM

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If society plays its cards right, we could soon enter a time when anyone can wear a lab coat, and that’s really cool. Schools, businesses, nonprofits,...

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