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Censorship Scholar On Book Bans And Critical Race Theory

NPR's Michel Martin talks with Richard Price, author of the Adventures In Censorship blog, about trends in censorship and book banning.

New Illinois Law To Require Asian-American History In Public Schools

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Illinois State Rep. Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz about a new law that would make Asian-American history a mandatory part of the state's public school curriculum.

Illinois Proposes Law To Require Asian-American History In Public Schools

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Illinois State Rep. Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz about a new law that would make Asian-American history a mandatory part of the state's public school curriculum.

When Schools Shut Down In Alaska, These Students Went Moose Hunting

In the remote Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region of Alaska, many families practice subsistence hunting to get food on the table. Three students reconnected with that tradition during the pandemic.(Image credit: Katie Basile/KYUK)

Shari Davis: What If You Could Decide How The Government Spends Public Funds?

Public places don't always fully meet the needs of a community. Shari Davis explains how participatory budgeting can give us all a voice in creating safer and more equitable public spaces.(Image credit: Courtesy of TED)

Atlanta Teenagers Make History At Harvard Debate Competition

Two high school students from Atlanta made history at the prestigious Harvard International Debate Competition. Jayla Jackson and Emani Stanton are the first duo of Black females to win.

When Students In Alaska Switched To At-Home Learning, Something Unexpected Happened

When three students in the Yukon Delta region of Alaska were sent home from school last year something unexpected happened — they reconnected with their family tradition of subsistence hunting.

UNC Becomes The First School To Organize Group Endorsement Deals For Its Players

As college athletes nationwide rush to ink individual sponsorship deals under a new NCAA policy, North Carolina is the first to say it will license players in groups alongside school trademarks. (Image credit: Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Everyone Should Wear A Mask In Schools, Vaccinated Or Not, U.S. Pediatricians Say

The American Academy of Pediatrics released updated guidance for schools on Monday, recommending universal masking for students over the age of 2.(Image credit: Getty Images)

California Will Launch The Nation's Largest Free Student Lunch Program

When classrooms reopen for the fall term, all of the state's 6.2 million public school students will have the option to eat school meals for free, regardless of their family's income.(Image credit: Damian Dovarganes/AP)

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