Articles in class & inequality tagged with education

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Benjamin Franta

How fossil-fuel divestment can be an effective strategy for environmental change.

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David G. Victor

University fossil-fuel divestment is a well-meaning, but misguided, enterprise.

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Erik Loomis

Terrible schools are still great for business in New Orleans.

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Rob Reich

School reform is failing America's children.

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Robert L. Kehoe III

Big-money college sports suffer a lot of criticism, but they are symptomatic of larger shifts in the moral economy of higher education.

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Jeffrey Aaron Snyder

Lani Guinier's The Tyranny of Meritocracy.

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Ari Comart

Living in an extremely stressful home environment has profound long-term consequences for cognitive growth.

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Anne Fausto-Sterling

Getting government grants for research is harder than ever. Our system is breaking down.

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Alana Shilling-Janoff

University art museums are cheap. They teach. They take risks.

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Colin Vanderburg

Grades” and “scores” sound mechanical and impersonal, but “achievement” climbs and soars.