The #MeToo movement isn’t over yet, not by a long shot. Everywhere, including in high schools, women and men are just starting to get it.
There’s more to equality than the number of women promoted in technology-related careers or companies; end sexism.
A nationally famous school funding case can proceed to trial, the Penn. Supreme Court ruled. The decision could affect schools everywhere.
ACT data from the graduating class of 2016 show a wide achievement gap between white/Asian students and those from low-income familes. Anybody care?
Should schools prohibit girls from wearing leggings? If so, what does that say about equality of the sexes in our public schools?
School funding in IL has a due date tomorrow, and it still seems to be in limbo at the center of mostly bipartisan politics and games.
The Great Recession brought poverty to many families that were not living in poverty prior to 2008, a new study has shown.
The state of Illinois has failed to pass a budget, and schools are drawing on reserves and finding other ways to cut expenses—just to stay open.
A hunger strike in Chicago ends on Day 34, but the fight for equity in public education, esp. in large urban districts, continues.