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School Solitary Confinement: Should Disabled Children be Locked in School Closets?

May 6, 2017 • Mary Hollowell
On July 10, 2010, school solitary confinement, also known as school seclusion, was banned in Georgia by the Department of Education. Parents, writers, and lawyers had been advocating against the practice for years. Old rules for school seclusion stated …

What the Heck is a Charter School?

May 5, 2017 • Iziah Thompson
Should Maine have more charter schools? Most people know that charter schools are controversial but don’t really know why. Supporters of charter schools say that the schools foster innovation; critics object to money being sucked out of public educatio …

NYC Veterans’ Alliance Trains Vets Nationwide to Run for Elected Offices

May 5, 2017 • Naomi Wolf Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran from NYC Veterans’ Alliance, Capt. Kristen Rouse, trains vets nationwide to run for elected office. Vets, tune in! Donate to NYC Veterans Alliance here. And contact them if you wish traini …

Did Congress Just Give Your Internet Provider Your Private Search History to Sell?

April 29, 2017 • Naomi Wolf

Free College Tuition in New York State! Too Good to be True?

April 19, 2017 • Thomas Blakeley
Do you think college tuition costs too much? So do I! New York State Legislature just passed an amendment to the state’s Executive Budget, “New York’s Tuition-Free College Degree Program, The Excelsior Scholarship,” that seems to be the answer to thous …

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