Neurodiverse education in public institutions often fails the very children it vows to support. This article sheds light on the nationwide challenges, using a Denver suburb’s charter school as a case study.
Curriculum debates have become hotbeds for dangerous efforts to politicize education through propaganda tactics aimed at shaping student perspectives and collective memory along partisan lines.
Technocratic administrators and corporate consultants are increasingly imposing their values upon public universities, subordinating education’s civic goals to accumulation and profit. But dissenters are finding their voice.
Recent actions by a Texas school district to eliminate diversity-related displays have sparked necessary dialogue on the critical importance of representation in educational environments.
Recent actions by the Houston Independent School District reflect the continuation of troubling practices that push disadvantaged students into the criminal justice system. The district’s move to convert libraries into detention centers underscores the systemic policies of the “school-to-prison pipeline.”