Election 2016: Commentary
This divisive election season is a stark reminder of the role of objective information in informing policy, writes Michael J. Feuer. (November 2, 2016)
Students would be wise to learn the strategies fact-checkers use to evaluate online information, write Sam Wineburg and Sarah McGrew. (November 2, 2016)
Neither Clinton nor Trump favor a conservative approach to education, write Frederick M. Hess and Max Eden. (September 19, 2016)
Donald Trump’s rise as a presidential candidate reflects a problem with American education, argues Marc S. Tucker. (September 19, 2016)
An 8th grade history teacher discusses what his students understand about today's rancorous political climate and what adults would do well to remember. (July 7, 2016)
The 2016 election vindicates Neil Postman's ominous prophecy that we are "amusing ourselves to death," writes T. Robinson Ahlstrom. (March 9, 2016)
Parents and students must join forces to contribute to the civic development of young people, writes Michael McDevitt. (October 7, 2015)
Hands-on, technology-enhanced learning can help students become more interested and involved in the political process, writes Jean MacCormack. (March 18, 2015)
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