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MillionStudentMarch demands end to education profiteering, wage stagnation

According to the #MillionStudentMarch website, 58 percent of the $1 trillion owed in student loans are held by the poorest 23 percent of Americans.


Student loans are screwing your granny

"I keep hoping that some day the opportunity will come up where I can satisfy my debt."


Students criticize cartoon published at University of Illinois

Cultural centers on campus released a statement condemning the publication.


Classmates forced to watch as cop brutalizes South Carolina student

Hashtag #AssaultAtSpringValleyHigh has been trending on social media platforms, with users calling for a end to police violence.


Job Opening: Campus Coordinator

Peoplesworld.org has an opening for a full-time Campus Coordinator.


Fight over Dyett High reaches tense new stage

CPS has announced a plan for Dyett, but not the one fought for by the hunger striking community members.


Education: is it job training, or preparation for democracy?

If we want our nation to create more people like history's innovators and inventors, we would be wise to teach our children how to think like they did.


Millions across America celebrate LGBT pride

Streets were packed with crowds cheering and talking about the Friday Supreme Court decision.


South Chicago community faces down prep school board over firings

"Telling teachers that they might lose their health insurance if they unionize is not living honestly."


High school students protest gross inequalities in sports programs

Students held signs with startling numbers like "36,000 students of color go to high schools with almost no sports."

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