The third in a series on the movement to privatize public education in Mike Pence's home state.

The school said in response to the letter that it is nonpartisan and supports the accomplishments of its alumni, regardless of politics.

A new book explains why it is important and how it can be done. With excerpts.

Hammond High School in Columbia, Md., is an honoree in the Schools of Opportunity project. Here's why.

Every justice has attended Harvard or Yale's law school and only one earned a law degree elsewhere.

A New Jersey 16-year-old created a short film about the First Amendment and the right to protest which won (out of 278 submissions) the National Coalition Against Censorship's annual contest. Watch it.

Race-based affirmative action has been losing support in the United States for some time with other “colorblind” methods of admissions gaining ground. But there are still compelling arguments for why affirmative action in admissions based on race is still needed.

' In the place where the modern era of scorched-earth-style state politics began, local activism around public education may just transform Wisconsin’s political culture.'

'In short, what we found is that being selected for the Under 30 award in education has less to do with training or experience in education and everything to do with being connected to the judges and their respective, and likewise connected, organizations seeking to deregulate and privatize schooling in the United States.'

The project, costing $575 million, was pursued despite concerns from the start that it wouldn't work. Here's why it didn't.

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