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By Jordan Bennett Futurity An innovative book distribution program that provides free children’s books in low-income neighborhoods, combined with supportive adults who encourage reading, can boost children’s literacy and learning opportunities, a new study shows. “Both physical and psychological…

By Chuck Collins Inequality.org Estuardo Mazariegos understands the burden of paying for his education. He started college in 2006 and has attended on and off for financial reasons. Now in his last semester, he claims his annual tuition and fees…

By Subramanian Shankar The Conversation In the United States, inequality tends to be framed as an issue of either class, race or both. Consider, for example, criticism that Republicans’ new tax plan is a weapon of “class warfare,” or…

By Marilyn Garateix Latino Ed Beat Michele Siqueiros recalled the day she arrived on a college campus. “I thought I had arrived on another planet,” she told a recent gathering of journalists who attended the Education Writers Association’s fourth…

By Nick Roll Inside Higher Ed Princeton University and Microsoft have joined together to file a lawsuit against President Trump’s rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. A DACA-protected student at Princeton, Maria De La Cruz Perales…

By Marilyn Garateix Latino Ed Beat President Donald Trump and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos both say they want to expand school choice, including with public funding for private schools. Recently, two parent activists on the front lines…

By Rachel Harrison Futurity Teachers say that they have weaker relationships with children of immigrants and teens of color, a new study has found. “Teachers’ relationships are hugely important for all students, but particularly so for groups that are…