The Citizen Recommends: The Desegregation of Higher Ed, Past, Present and Future

Michigan State University law school dean Linda Sheryl Greene gives the Honorable A. Leon Higginbotham Jr. Memorial Lecture at Penn Carey Law School — and you’re invited.

By Lauren McCutcheon

Building a (Good) Teacher Pipeline

Can a four-year residency model ensure new teachers stay in the district? A Baltimore-based program that launched in Philly this year is betting on it.

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Now is the Time to Protect DREAMers

A rare lame duck session of Congress provides opportunity to protect Americans who arrived to the U.S. as children

By Elaine Maimon

Seeing Black Excellence

Being surrounded by Black leaders I admire during two Philadelphia events reminded me why young Black men need other Black men as mentors

By Jemille Q. Duncan

The Citizen Recommends: Jason Kelce’s New Do-Good Line of Merch

With Underdog Apparel, the Philadelphia Eagles’ star center is selling tees, totes, fanny packs, hats and more to benefit Philly kids everywhere.

By Jessica Blatt Press

Listen: Ali Velshi Banned Book Club on Arizona House Bill 2495 with Daniel Hernandez

The MSNBC anchor talks with Arizona State Representative Daniel Hernandez about the state's ban on acknowledging sexuality in public schools

By Ali Velshi

Only Vigilance — and Voting — Can Protect Education

Education is a fundamental building block of democracy — which is why it’s become a prime target of attack. In Philadelphia and Pennsylvania and everywhere, we all must do our part to protect it

By Elaine Maimon

Guest Commentary: Repair the Pandemic’s Impact On Neighborhood Schools

Covid caused devastating learning losses, especially among low-income students. Here, Mastery Charter founder and CEO lays out a path to overcome them.

By Scott Gordon