From the White House, we’ve heard that certain fantasies are “alternative facts.” This might be acceptable in a high school musical.
How do we portray disabled people? Can we portray them more accurately or in a way that will help to ease their inclusion in a diverse society?
A movie about the role black women played in NASA’s rocket programs in the 60s brings home some important lessons for students everywhere.
What will be the effect of Betsy DeVos as US Ed. Sec. on campus sexual assault and other Title IX or civil rights violations in our schools?
Should we allow guns in schools? Betsy DeVos didn’t commit Tuesday for a Senate comte. but thinks the question should be under local control.
Providing options for post-secondary education that lead to successful lives is touted by Education Secretary-designate Betsy DeVos and a student in Illinois.
Students in Miami opine about immigration—in the US and around the world. What model should the US use, for example, in dealing with Cuba?
An art show at Hinsdale Central put a lot of work, and emotion, in the creations. It made quite an impression, as many pieces dealt with contemporary issues.
Applying to college is tough these days, and the process sometimes stresses students out, esp. the essays. Rejection can be worse, but there’s hope.
Some Chicago high school students suggest ways police might better serve and protect citizens in our diverse communities.