Pamela J. Hobart argues that more nuance is needed when deciding what counts as eugenics, and whether eugenics can be ethical.
Betsy DeVos' confirmation as the Secretary of Education has raised questions about whether public schools should be run according to free-market principles.
Controversial statements by feminist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie spark questions of whether feminism is inclusive of trans women's experiences.
On deciding women's rights without asking women.
On changing to the Gall-Peters world map projection in Boston's public schools.
Harvard Law School has decided to accept the GRE, in addition to the LSAT. What are the implications for the school's access and excellence?
Nurses from developing countries often leave for jobs in the United States or the United Kingdom, leaving the healthcare systems of their home countries struggling.
A look at the Trump administration's budget priorities makes clear that cutting the NEA, NEH and CPB is more about symbolic posturing than fiscal sensibility.
As states like China are finding out, combating global overpopulation is no simple matter.
On the benefits and consequences of a federal sugar tax.