A Schools of Opportunity winner.

It's easy. Just look at the chart.

Former Kentucky teacher of the year: "It is hard as an educator to watch the Kavanaugh events unfold, while understanding innately that the obvious and more nuanced facets of the issues facing our country at this moment begin and develop in classrooms."

The United States has a longstanding history of criminalizing children and their behaviors.

Anand Giridharadas, author of "Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World" : I "think we have to, in education and every other sphere, get out of this world in which we think that because you once got lucky at a hedge fund trade, you should decide what our schools are like."

School funding is being cut and teachers are underpaid.

It's not how she's going to vote. It's what she said when she announced it.

You can count the number of these who have ever won on about one and a half hands.

Schools have long tried to get parents to stop enabling under-aged drinking. It hasn't worked.

An interview with the author of a new book that says the wealthy who keep trying to "change the world" with their money are only maintaining the status quo. And that includes in education.

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