Ten lessons from the past and steps we can take now to educate ourselves and our students about how to be a thoughtful consumer of information.
In the mid-1970s, police officers were in only about 1 percent of US schools. That changed since the late 1990s.
#BlackintheIvory highlights reports of racism in academia, echoing the experiences of W.E.B. Du Bois in sociology.
Really, kids, there was a time when lots of grownups thought homework was bad for you.
When people with opinions and a platform rant about bad grammar, they're not helping, write two English professors.
We will probably remember 2020 as the time when distance education exploded. But the infrastructure that enabled this expansion was years in the making.
How to get people to stay healthy during a quarantine? Some countries have taken to a new communications strategy, and it's super cute.
Colonial education administrators recruited teachers from the mainland, but soon realized another strategy was in order.
Despite deep biases, the early editions of the American Annals of the Deaf and Dumb contain the seeds of a distinct deaf culture.
In 1790, U.S. men were about twice as likely as U.S. women to be literate. But by 1870, girls were surpassing boys in public schools.