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Jun 29, 2022

Despite what we know about the value of infusing art and music into our children’s lives, 1.3 million students in the United States do not have access to music education classes. Why aren’t we investing more in arts programs that enrich children’s lives and lead to success in other subjects? And what can we do to...


Jun 22, 2022

According to the latest research from the CDC, nearly 2 percent of all children in the United States sit on the autism spectrum. And of those millions of kids, the vast majority attend America's public schools. With diagnoses of autism on the rise in the U.S., are we equipped to provide these students with the...


Jun 15, 2022

Roughly 1 million U.S. military children live around the world. And by the time they finish high school, they will attend nine different schools on average. What can we do to provide stability in their education? How can we help them deal with the stresses of having a parent deployed in a combat zone? And what should...


Jun 8, 2022

Parents across the country are taking a more active role in education policy than ever before. But are their voices actually being heard? What impact is parent activism having on hot-button issues like masking, vaccinations, and CRT? Are political issues stealing oxygen from more traditional conversations around...


Jun 1, 2022

There are more than 115,000 libraries in the United States today. But what purpose do they serve when information is so readily available on the internet? How must libraries evolve to remain relevant in the digital age? What can they contribute to building a more diverse and inclusive society? And how can libraries do...