There's a new Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), but its soul-crushing concentration on "job readiness" is still the same.
Like his narrator in The Man Who Loved Dogs, Leonardo Padura has been made to matter less than he should.
The obscene salaries of NCAA executives and college coaches have prompted a lawsuit by former college athletes.
For students and teachers, springtime means testing time--but this year, it also means protests and boycotts against the standardized testing mania.
Russia's annexation of Crimea has been made "official"--escalating the superpower conflict over the future of Ukraine.
Faculty and their supporters at Portland State University are preparing for a potential strike--and so is the other side.
The Cowboy Indian Alliance--which unites Native peoples with ranchers and farmers--is planning days of pipeline protests.
Several civil rights organizations have issued an open letter defending the academic boycott of Israel as free speech.
The war of campus administrators against students and faculty who speak in support of Palestinian rights has reached a new crescendo.
Bus drivers who make the public transit system run in the most populated county of Vermont are out on strike.
Adding a new twist to the testing madness, the state of California plans to assess millions of kids--and throw away the results.
The Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago marked International Women's Day by standing for the rights of women workers.
He could delineate an injustice with a single phrase--and make an unconventional position appear like common sense.
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In Seattle, there's growing support for a $15 an hour minimum wage, but employers are fighting back, using the complaint that small businesses will suffer.
A member of Students for Justice in Palestine at Northeastern University talks about solidarity in the face of an attack.
After striking in December, social workers in the LA County child welfare system ratified a contact that met their key demands.
Benn upended the cliché that socialists grow more moderate as they age--on the contrary, he became more radical.
Activists at UMass Amherst held a public forum challenging Islamophobia to show their support for Ayyub Abdul-Alim.
En el conflicto en Ucrania, entre el nuevo gobierno, respaldado por Estados Unidos, y las fuerzas que controlan Crimea, nos oponemos a ambos.
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