States are starting to require it. Ironically, police advocates and groups like Black Lives Matter agree that the new laws are problematic.
Some schools are using telemedicine to provide health care to students in underserved districts. But few think it’s a cure for their ailments.
A group of grad students has won national recognition for their solution to a problem that plagues lower-income people across America.
Education funding has yet to bounce back from the recession in many states. But nowhere is the situation more dire than in Oklahoma.
It's hard to say, though, whether this is a temporary adjustment or a long-term trend.
Birth rates are at a historic low. If they don't rebound, the effects will be felt outside the family.