Miseducation is a column that chronicles what it’s like to be a student in the modern United States.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended
Some of Pennsylvania's most vulnerable students are falling behind to no fault of their own, due to inconsistent graduation requirements across school districts.
"You don't want me."
The words spilled out of 4-year-old Jimmy as he sat crying in an unfamiliar bedroom, his third foster home in two
“If the attorney for the 14-year-old Manheim Township girl charged as an adult in the stabbing death of her older sister tries to
Illustration by Christine Ongjoco
Ten months into a deadly pandemic that continues to wreak havoc on society and the economy, a federal relief package bundled
A string of victories in the U.S. Supreme Court between 2005 and 2016 substantially transformed American sentencing laws and policies for children convicted of murder
In the few days left before senators head back to their states, they should immediately pass the updated HEROES Act, not only because families need
The COVID-19 crisis has laid bare the very real and dangerous problems of educational inequity in this country — and it has exacerbated them. Nowhere
IRMA, Wis. (WSAW) - The latest report that monitors Lincoln Hills/Copper Lake Schools' progress in complying with a federal judge’s court-ordered changes found significant improvement
In this episode Christina Sorenson, 2019 Soros Justice Fellow at the Juvenile Law Center shares how she has turned the pain from growing up in
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