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All Stories An excerpt from an old letter that reads, "we have not now, have never had, and do not expect to have in the near future, any women students..." How a widening labor gap becomes an opportunity

Attracting women to tech shouldn't be about quotas. It should be about this instead.

Photo collage of a student drawing a house and a person building a house How elementary kids are tackling homelessness in their hometown

These students designed homes for unsheltered people. The community helped build them.

Son of Saints founder Bivian "Sonny" Lee III at a football game with two boys he mentors Boys need their fathers. The next best thing? A whole team of adults.

This changemaker lost his father. Now he’s standing in for other absent fathers.

A close-up photo of a hand holding a mobile device. On social media platforms, who’s in charge?

Here's why users should moderate social platforms themselves.

Students engaged in their learning in a classroom Why we need more innovation in education

Here's what the future of learning can look like.

Opal Lee stands outside of her home after it burned At 89 years old, she walked from Texas to Washington, D.C. Here's why.

Why does Juneteenth matter to us all?

Students engaged in their postsecondary educations 3 innovations connecting learners to jobs – and transforming education

New educational models fill the talent gap for employers and the opportunity gap for workers. 

A student learning on a computer in a classroom 7 education trends to watch in 2024

A new horizon for teachers and students alike

Photo of a classroom with a student highlighted in yellow Could individualized learning be the future of education?

Every child is unique. Learning opportunities can — and should — account for their individuality.

A teacher engages with students in a classroom K-12 education reform: Top issues and solutions

Public education hasn’t changed much in 3 decades. We desperately need to innovate.

A person sitting at their desk looking distressed. The best thing this expert says leaders can do? Know when to quit.

Sometimes stepping down is the best way to help your organization thrive. Here's why.

Students in a school classroom 7 ways to improve the quality of education in the U.S.

Education has been static for too long. It’s time for a change.

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