Gay people and people of color aren’t a threat. Education isn’t indoctrination | Opinion

BY: - April 25, 2023

What is the cost of a book ban? Are student’s voices being considered in the fight for curriculum control?

As book bans gain favor, some fear libraries could be at risk

BY: - April 4, 2023

From July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022, 138 school districts in 32 states banned books, according to PEN America.

A pencil erasing the word 'woke' in red, from a piece of paper.

Campaigns to kill ‘wokeness’ are efforts to perpetuate racism, disenfranchisement

BY: - March 21, 2023

The word has a long history in the Black community for obvious reasons, but in recent years has been taken out of context.

Philly lawmaker aims to clamp down on school book bans | Five for the Weekend

BY: - October 15, 2022

State Rep. Chris Rabb's, D-Philadelphia, bill would establish uniform procedures for school boards to follow before yanking books from the shelves.

State Rep. Stephanie Borowicz, R-Clinton, speaks in support of House Bill 972 during a Senate Education Committee Hearing held at the Pennsylvania Capitol on May 24, 2022 in Harrisburg, Pa. (Photo by Amanda Berg, for the Capital-Star).

Inside Pa.’s proposed ‘Parental Bill of Rights,’ which critics are calling homophobic

BY: - September 27, 2022

The legislation would place limits on teachings of sexual orientation and gender identity in younger grades.


Book bans reflect outdated beliefs about how children read | Opinion

BY: - September 22, 2022

Many adults presume that exposure to particular literary content will invariably produce particular effects.

A Texas law says slavery cannot be taught as part of the ‘true founding’ of the United States (Tamir Kalifa/Getty Images/The Conversation).

How politicians are seeking to control classroom discussions about slavery | Opinion

BY: - August 16, 2022

A Texas proposal to refer to slavery as 'involuntary relocation' is part of an ongoing effort to hide its horrific and brutal nature.

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What the GOP’s culture war is really about. And how it’s out of Putin’s playbook | Robert Reich

BY: - May 27, 2022

Both Putin and the far-right are trying to divert attention from the economic plunder by the ultra-rich


If you think you’re living in a divided America, it’s nothing new | Janice Ellis

BY: - February 23, 2022

Why does it seem the nation is in a more vulnerable state than ever?


When you attack teachers, school boards over pandemic, you’re attacking your neighbors | Opinion

BY: - October 26, 2021

Our children are watching how we behave, and they're learning from it. What lesson do you want to leave for them?


Yes, we should be teaching critical race theory in public schools | Fletcher McClellan

BY: - August 10, 2021

In short, there is no critical race theory crisis in our public schools. It’s entirely made up. Just like the Big Lies about election fraud in 2020.