Students think a lot about the recent election; it’s heavy on their minds. Some, like one student in Broomfield, Colo., don’t like what they see so far.
Pres. Trump ordered immigration policies that will mostly end the US refugee program and carry out “extreme vetting” on “radical Islamic terrorists.”
Police are investigating possible hate crimes in the most recent week across America, mostly involving President Trump’s name and swastikas.
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?
Some Chicago high school students suggest ways police might better serve and protect citizens in our diverse communities.
Donald Trump has been elected president, the 1st person to be elected without ever holding a military post or elective office. Here are school-centered priorities.
Attacks on Republican presidential campaign targets are occurring and being reported. Disagreements, yes, but let’s not become violent.
The “October surprise” came in the form of a videotape in which Donald Trump boasts of sex conquests he has had with women.
They celebrate democracy by recognizing schools that embrace the mission of providing good learning opportunities in civics education.
Protests over police-involved shootings of African-American males, common in news reports, have spread to high schools and student speech.