The Dangerous Lesson of Book Bans in Public School Libraries
August 1, 2022 via Reason – An obscure Supreme Court case provides a roadmap through the curricular culture war.
Debunking stereotypes about mobile homes could make them a new face of affordable housing
July 28, 2022 via The Conversation – Decades of experience shows that resident ownership can transform manufactured home parks from sites of stigma and vulnerability into stable…
This Republican embraced gun control. It ended his political career.
July 25, 2022 via The Washington Post – Chris Jacobs would become a cautionary tale about the politics of guns in the Republican Party.
Investors Bought a Quarter of Homes Sold Last Year, Driving Up Rents
July 22, 2022 via PEW – Investors bought nearly a quarter of U.S. single-family homes that sold last year, often driving up rents for suburban families in…
Black Districts Gutted as Suburban Flight Reshapes Congress Maps
July 20, 2022 via Bloomberg – Michigan will no longer have a majority-Black House district.
‘Long Road to Recovery’: Math, Reading Scores Remain Below Pre-Pandemic Levels
July 19, 2022 via The 74 – Absenteeism and quarantines ‘thwarted hopes of a strong comeback,’ NWEA researchers found.
Nonprofit drugmaker Civica Rx is taking aim at the high insulin prices harming people with diabetes
May 9, 2022 via The Conversation – High insulin prices are leaving some people who need the drug without access.
The Nation Faces School Attendance and Graduation Crises
July 8, 2022 via Governing – Chronic absence soared during the pandemic, and graduation rates dropped for the first time in 15 years.