The campaign against New York’s exam for specialized schools punishes the children of working-class immigrants in the name of racial equity
Those who advocated for school closures now offer America’s children a master class in avoiding blame
Conversations with some of California’s most vulnerable families show they have become the targets of increasingly autocratic officials entrusted with the education of their children
History will not look kindly on our evidence-free decision to make kids suffer most
As a teacher for special needs and underprivileged students, I saw the effects of school closures up close. It was a moral crime.
The push to decouple skepticism from science turns schoolchildren into victims
New reforms to the city’s specialized high schools are controversial but true to their original, democratic spirit
Once demonized as the community embraced public schools, they eventually came into their own by teaching ‘Judaism and Americanism’ side by side
Who gets in, and why?
The Chancellor’s office claims it was civic engagement, but some Jewish students felt hurt
Why Jews should oppose Betsy DeVos’s confirmation as Secretary of Education
Our public schools have few Jews left. We should let everyone go to school on Jewish holidays.
In a public high school near Atlanta, the Jewish Culture Club is thriving—and not just because the meetings include pizza
Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr added to school district calendars
Schools will still close for holidays, but school calendars won’t name them
The group pushed for student sukkah to be built off-campus this year. Why?
Graham Parker on soulful Jewish music and getting instruments into schools
Three Jewish families suing Pine Bush Central School District