In the summer of 2017, before her senior year of high school, Isabelle Doerre-Torres met Carlos,* a Salvadoran immigrant on the verge of deportation. Doerre-Torres was an intern at a
At the beginning of the 20th century, untempered industrialization and rampant deforestation prompted the conservation and preservation movements. The creation of Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks at the end of
High school students enter a classroom at Rainier Beach High School in Seattle on an October morning. They sit at their desks, but they’re soon asked to rearrange their chairs
While student–family events are well-intentioned, they can also exclude certain students. Teachers are pushing for activities that include all the important adults in a child’s life.
Harper Lee’s novel is the closest thing America’s had to required reading. But the book’s failings in confronting racism are more apparent than ever to White educators—and Black ones wonder what took so long.
School nutrition advocates say universal school lunch programs are the surest way to guarantee healthy meals for all students—without impacting school operating budgets.
The Detroit Food Academy works with local educators, chefs, and business owners to teach young people entrepreneurial skills.
I had read stories of teachers being fired. I decided that was a risk I was willing to take for the opportunity to teach with my whole self.
A youth program in Orlando, Florida, wants to decrease high school dropouts, juvenile arrests, and teen births. And it’s working.