History texts under scrutiny amid growing bias awareness

Dive Brief: History textbooks are facing increased scrutiny, with some educators advocating to rid classrooms of them entirely as uncomfortable details and nuance often take a backseat to the desire for a linear narrative, historians rarely agree on a single interpretation of events, and state standards established by legislators can politically taint texts during the […]

Three out of four international students earn less than minimum wage

The International Students and Wage Theft in Australia report was conducted in April and May 2019, and recorded responses from more than 5,000 students. “The workplace exploitation of any student is abhorrent and must be called out” Key findings of the report were...

Is this the end for college admissions tests?

It took hours of debate in front of their computers, but as their day-long virtual meeting in late May wound to a close, the University of California System regents were ready to vote. One by one, they unanimously greenlit one of the country’s biggest and most...

Will climbing coronavirus cases derail school reopenings?

In a U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions hearing Tuesday morning, health experts and legislators agreed sending children back to school should be a top goal for the country as states enter varying phases of reopening. However, with a number...