Period Equity Is Expanding Nationwide, Often Thanks to Young Leaders
One in four students struggle to afford period products. Menstrual inequity and the stigma of menstruation can lead students to experience health issues and miss valuable school time. Here’s how activists–including students–are changing that.
Working With My Hands Is My Self-care
A Black educator who has taught for almost 30 years explains the importance of self-care for K–12 teachers.
Working to Shatter Education's Glass Ceiling
Teaching is one of the most female-dominated professions, with 76 percent of all K-12 teachers in the U.S. identifying as women. So why do women only make up 31 percent of district superintendents?
Meet Four Women Who Are Lawyering for Good
Lawyers get a bad rap. These fighters for justice will restore your faith in the profession.
Why I Teach, Even (Especially) When There's No School
Teachers are facing the test of a lifetime. Here’s why they’re not backing down.
'Make Your Bed Every Day' and Other Advice From My Students
The best advice Octavia Wolf received has always come from her students. Here, her fifth graders share advice for keeping the faith, coping, and getting through this tough moment together.
What if Your Book Club Could Change the World?
A new political action committee unites women—and their salaries—to boost the campaigns of progressive politicians.
Holding Nothing Back from Students
At five years old, the Prism network is focused on supporting teachers who are supporting LGBTQ+ students. A 10-year education veteran explains why.
Nine Tips on How to Uncover Even Terrible Truths
There’s always more to the story, says Daniel Jones (Baltimore ’98), whose intrepid investigative work has been turned into a new movie starring Adam Driver.