The Pa. GOP: Bravely conquering one solution in search of a problem at a time | Editorial
In the name of placating the base in an election year, Pennsylvania Republicans are ignoring the real challenges facing Keystone State residents.
Watch for these conflicts over education in 2022 | Analysis
These conflicts range from who deserves academic opportunity to how and what schools and universities should teach about U.S. history.
From critical race theory to voting rights, America’s just as racist as ever | Michael Coard
We can’t stop racist white Americans from being racist. But we can stop them from being politically powerful racist white Americans.
The New White Flight: banning books that reveal uncomfortable truths | Opinion
Don’t remain silent when freedoms — including the freedom to access books that tell the truth about our nation and its people — are challenged.
Embracing all the bad and the good of U.S. history is how we move forward | Opinion
Inclusion means everyone. And we are all a part of the fabric of these great United States of America.
At D.C. rally, parents GOP lawmakers vow nat’l push to get critical race theory out of schools
'We’re ready for a new era in education,' U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-N.C. said. 'Other people now know what I’ve known for a long time—parents are a force to be reckoned with.'
We could lose our democracy to a toxic stew of conspiracy & partisanship. What do next | Opinion
Take a deep breath anywhere in the country now, and the acrid tang of our disconnect from reality will sting your senses.
Racists won on Nov. 2. It doesn’t have to be that way in 2022 | Michael Coard
Be afraid. Be very afraid. Then register and vote. And outnumber the racists so we can defeat them. By doing so, we will finally change America.
Critical race theory isn’t taught in Pa. K-12 schools, but it permeated local school board races
The 1776 Project Political Action Committee, which opposes critical race theory, endorsed candidates running for school board in seven states ahead of the Nov. 2 election — including 18 people vying for seats in Pennsylvania.
Some are trying to turn our school boards into battlegrounds. Don’t let them | Opinion
Our classrooms -- and what we teach in them -- have to reflect the diversity of all us
Senate panel advances bill that would require Pa. schools to post curriculum, book titles online
Democrats on the 11-member panel, four in total, unanimously opposed the proposal.
How a suburban Pa. school board race became a Trumpian battleground | Thursday Morning Coffee
A campaign mailer making the rounds of sleepy Camp Hill, Pa. is a microcosm of the broader culture wars shaping our politics