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From the On Being Project: “Life is an endless series of stories, the stories of us all. Holidays, no matter whose they are, celebrate these stories. They persist, in spite of politics, in spite of wars. It’s the stories we celebrate: of liberation, of rebirth, of flowers that always appear after winter.”


  • What is polarizing legislatures? Probably not what you think.

    Vox | 04/16/2019

  • North Carolina looking for teachers to evaluate textbooks

    WRAL | 04/17/2019

  • Learn more about Braven, helping low-income, first-generation students transition from college to career

    EducationNext | 04/12/2019

  • THE ROLE OF IMPLICIT BIAS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SETTINGS

    Child Care Services Association | 04/16/2019

  • Can Doctors Talk Teenagers Out of Risky Drinking?

    The Upshot | 04/08/2019

  • Why Those Looking to Reform American Education Will Need More Than Facts on Their Side to Win the 2020 Political Debate

    The 74 Million | 04/17/2019

  • ‘Infatuated’ With Columbine: Threats and Fear, 20 Years After a Massacre

    The New York Times | 04/17/2019

  • Native American students: 'Disrespected, disregarded'

    The Warren Record | 04/17/2019

  • SPEAK YOUR PIECE: IN A DESERT, ANY OASIS WILL DO

    The Daily Yonder | 04/15/2019


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