United States

When the Left Fight Backs: Lessons from Georgia’s Sixth

On Tuesday, April 18, 2017, residents of Georgia’s Sixth District headed to the polls to elect their next representative in Washington D.C. After Tom Price was sworn in as the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services in February, the district held a special election to determine his replacement. Enter Jon Ossoff, the only Democrat […]

Women in Tech: The Missing Demographic

In the 2016 test administrations, women comprised only a quarter of test-takers in STEM subjects like physics, calculus and computer science; while making up roughly half of test-takers in non-STEM fields like US History.

When the Best isn’t Good Enough: The Racial Representation Gap in Education

School systems are working to improve and engage more students in advanced academics, but the representation gap between black and white students remains almost as wide as it ever was.

Quality over Quantity: The New Challenge Facing Computer Science Education

In order to truly expand access to computer science education, states like Arkansas must strive to provide quality education.

Fighting to Fail: Low Performance on Advanced Placement Exams

In 2016, the national average score for all Advanced Placement exams taken was a mere 2.85, a failing score.

Should You Believe in Climate Change?

Most people have experienced firsthand the futility of trying to convince someone to change their political beliefs. It may often seem like these beliefs are held largely outside the realm of evidence and logic. In the case of climate change, that may be because they are. According to a 2016 study by the Pew Research […]