Leaders of the Philadelphia Academy of Sciences voyaged down the Ohio River in 1825–1826, taking academic education on a journey in search of utopia.
A bibliography to help educators prepare students and themselves for a future shaped by AI—with all its opportunities and drawbacks.
The 2010 Turner v. Clayton judgment was a milestone on the path toward reimagining education as a community’s responsibility.
The images that stick with us the most tend to be those we find by chance. That’s where search filters come in.
Pursuing an education at the intersection of ableism and racism, Black male students with disabilities develop strategies to silence negative cultural narratives.
Metadata helps you search for and find images of cats, for instance, whether or not you have a specific feline in mind.
As schools in the US shift focus to technical or pre-professional programs, Asian institutions are recognizing the benefits of liberal arts education.
A collection of high school yearbooks from Cleveland captures the rise, fall, and uncertain future of the American middle class.
ChatGPT is here. How can teachers and students proceed to use it with integrity?
Before becoming leader of communist China, Mao was an ardent library patron and then worked as a library assistant.