When half a million kids are out of school but still go to school, what do you do? Herd them into a gym and show them a movie, of course.
Articles by Paul Katula
Racism and discrimination, whatever euphemism we decide to call it, will never disappear from America, opines one student.
A company that is widely used by teachers to keep students & families informed has to rethink its messaging system.
Both sides of the abortion debate showed up for the annual March for Life in Chicago. A student reflects on her participation.
Los Angeles teachers are on strike, demanding smaller class sizes, more counselors, librarians, and nurses for students, and a bigger raise.
Students have a lot to say about the federal shutdown and their take on the current mess in Washington has sparked some good writing.
The Bears and Ravens showed fans how to play the game of football (or life, actually), despite losing 1st-round playoff games last week.
A movie released on Christmas highlights an important case fought by Ruth Bader Ginsburg who now serves on the Supreme Court.
A 13-year-old girl, whose parents were murdered, was abducted by a stranger and held captive for 3 months before she escaped.
Redrawing congressional district lines is bound to be a high priority for Maryland legislators this year, given a Supreme Court case.