Critics say the president’s new program to help young black men unfairly excludes black girls who, by many measures, experience the same problems.
How did Los Angeles spend more than $1 billion to buy an iPad for every student and instead end up losing its leader and being investigated by the FBI and SEC?
State Dream Acts have drawn passionate responses from both advocates and critics. But evidence suggests these measures have had limited impact.
Almost every state has been sued for not investing enough in education, especially in poorer districts. But localities may be more to blame.