Everything about this "real life high school" movie is tragic and miserable. The students are clinging to the edges of teenage life, the teachers are losing their minds, and the principal is getting divorced and fired.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that could mean the death knell for racial and ethnic diversity on college campuses.
From our numerous discussions, it became clear that the issues students face are tied to the corporate power structure that runs our state.
Ever wonder what it's like to go to college in a declining city?
Do former officials of the Bush administration and other right-wing Republican-connected people who lead these groups have any interest in educating working class and minority students?
It is time for the federal government move in and stop what has become a pattern of attacks on the fundamental rights not only of Occupy protesters across the country, but on the rights of all Americans to engage in peaceful protest.
Workers everywhere are suffering from the economic crisis and jobless "recovery." Some, however, fare better than others.
Since the start of No Child Left Behind the perceived solution to our education situation has been clear: competition.
On June 8, people in zombie attire showed up at a Special Olympics event in Madison, Wis. in order to protest an appearance by Gov. Scott Walker, said the Zombie Rights Campaign. They held a calm and silent protest against Walker's anti-worker stance.