Young people and their parents had two reasons to celebrate yesterday's passage of the sweeping health care reform bill.
Everyone who loves college basketball, loves March Madness. But the price is costly and unacceptable.
The administration's education "blueprint" discards some of the No Child Left Behind law's much-criticized features, but keeps or adds others that teachers, their unions and other public school advocates oppose.
Hundreds of thousands of students, parents, faculty, campus workers and community supporters demonstrated in California and around the country March 4 in a massive protest to save public education.
California is at the very heart of what is internationally known as the "American crisis," and its schools are on the chopping block.
Killing of teacher Jennifer Paulson, 30, in Tacoma, Wash., following Colorado school shootings, spurs calls for tighter gun control.
Gregory Cendana, president of the United States Student Association, says students and community members are mobilizing coast to coast to defend public education in "March 4 Education" rallies next month.
Privately-run, publically-funded charter schools are pushing out successful public schools in competition for scarce resources, leading to more segregation, more inequality.
The Obama administration is proposing major changes to the nation's No Child Left Behind education law.
Howard Zinn died yesterday but he will live on, as future generations read his A Peoples History of the United States and say "Wow!"