Wendy Schiller is cited in this article stating, "Whatever the polls say, whatever the voting base is, who is actually fueling the Republicans in terms of campaign contributions? You’re seeing a distinct split."
Emily Oster wrote an opinion piece focused on science-backed parenting choices, adapted in part from her book “The Family Firm: A Data-Driven Guide to Better Decision Making in the Early School Years.”
This story on changes to the Common Application references research by Jayanti Owens, who found in a study that different treatment from teachers accounts for roughly half of the Black / white racial gap in-school suspensions and expulsions.
Stephen Kinzer provided commentary in this article stating, "If there ever is the need for the U.S. to develop a bioweapon, it would certainly be made in Fort Detrick. That's the only place where it could be made. That's where all the scientists are; that's where all the toxins are."
A new civic education project for California high schoolers draws on the research of Jonathan Collins, who designs studies that show the value of incorporating elements of deliberation into school district and school-level decision-making.