From establishing schools, developing curricula, and determining requirements for enrollment and graduation, education is mostly a State and local responsibility in the United States. In fact, for elementary and secondary level schools, only 8 percent of funding comes from federal sources, including the Department of Education, the Department of Health and Human Services Head Start [...]

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What do the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, the Ahmaud Arbery trial, and Charlottesville’s Unite the Right trial have in common?  In addition to the considerable media attention they have garnered, and proximity to several other parallel social justice issues, these trials have sparked conversations about the role of race in jury selection.  The rise of big [...]

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Previously known as Facebook, tech giant Meta has found itself at the center of several recent scandals. The release of the Facebook papers revealed that the company knew, among several issues, about the mental health impact of Instagram on girls and the spread of misinformation during the latest US presidential election. From its decision to [...]

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