Features

A kid
Travis Dove
January 31, 2017
A network of educators in Eastern North Carolina is responding to devastating floods by ensuring kids have what it takes to rebuild.
By
Leah Fabel
A group of people at a vigil in Orlando
October 25, 2016
A four-part look at how educators are making every space safe for students, with close-ups on Orlando, New York, and an evolution within Teach For America.
By
Susan Brenna
An illustration of pipes leading to a desk
October 10, 2016
Two out of three students released from incarceration never return to school. Meet five people fighting to change that.
By
Tim Kennedy
A school hallway with students walking.
June 21, 2016
One in two new school leaders leaves the job within three years. With enough supports, can Dallas reverse the trend?
By
Leah Fabel
Black and white photo of a young boy and a woman sitting at a table, a man in a light colored suit bending over a table to look at his notes further down, and a group of men and women in suits sitting in the corner in the background.
June 14, 2016
Greater Hartford is one of the few places in America with successful, voluntary student integration. One reason why is that citizens haven’t stopped pushing for more—and better.
By
Tim Kennedy
A woman standing in front of the the capitol building in Hartford.
Elizabeth Horton Sheff near the Connecticut State Capitol
Andrew Henderson
June 14, 2016
As the nation grows more diverse, the moral and logical imperatives grow more urgent.
By
Susan Brenna
A 3D printer builds a scale model of buildings.
June 1, 2016
In St. Louis, a growing maker network gives students the tools to invent the future.
By
Leah Fabel