The document counted my great-great-grandfather as three-fifths of a free person. But the Framers don’t own the version we live by today. We do. The document is our responsibility now.
The summer’s end may be more bittersweet than usual, as Americans prepare to enter a season that will, for many, make socializing safely even trickier.
Many places only half-heartedly gave lockdowns a shot in the spring—and now might have to try them again.
The country is at a low point. But we may be on the cusp of an era of radical reform that repairs our broken democracy.
Rahn Broady’s mission is to introduce New Orleans students to the magic of nature.
Images from the past few days of some of the dozens of fires currently burning, as well as those battling against and affected by them
The president is again profiting handsomely at the expense of those trusting enough to give him money.
Justin Bilton and Jason Stark on the importance of teaching students about systemic violence
Learn more about Adam Serwer, a staff writer who covers politics, and how he approaches his work.
“For a long time, I was a pretty strict realist, but lately I seem to be relenting.”
As the U.S. heads toward the winter, the country is going round in circles, making the same conceptual errors that have plagued it since spring.
Josephine Tatauq Bourdon on integrating Indigenous knowledge and language into Western curriculum
Tracy Murray on helping kids develop emotional and social skills
Schools do students a disservice when they fail to teach them about difficult issues.
Bradley Friedman on the challenges facing performing-arts teachers
Rebecca Palacios on the importance of including parents in their children’s earliest schooling
Trump and his supporters are defending an America where white men can rule and brutalize without consequence.
Deborah Cornelison on motivating students who don’t want a career in STEM
Judith Harper on getting students to take risks—in literature class and in life
Renee Moore on sharing and collecting wisdom in a community of teachers