Students and educators at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia explore the ways apps contribute to cyberbullying and what the school is doing to combat hurtful behavior online. Continue reading →
“It didn’t surprise me when I walked into a computer coding class and I was one of only three girls in a crowd of boys.” Continue reading
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The Food and Drug Administration hopes to cut down on high rates of obesity and diabetes across the country by redesigning the labels that appear on food and drinks. Continue readingdiabetesFDAFood and Drug AdministrationHealthnutritionnutritional labelsobesityScienceweight
Thirty-six years ago on Wednesday, Mount St. Helens in southern Washington state erupted, laying waste to more than 200 square miles of surrounding forest.
Some 50 percent of all Muslim students in the U.S. have been bullied by their peers, surveys by the civil rights group Center on American-Islamic group suggest. Continue readingBullyingcyber-bullyingdiscriminationIslamMuslim studentsrefugeesReligionSchoolSocial Studies
As voters head to the polls in Oregon and Kentucky today, the Democratic and Republican parties continue to struggle with difficult realities.
After becoming the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump met privately with party leaders, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, on Capitol Hill. Continue readingDonald TrumpElection 2016Harry ReidPaul RyanPresidential Campaignpresidential raceRepublicans