The legal strategy to get states to provide adequate education funding has changed -- and it's working in schools' favor.
It turns out that how long a mentor sticks around can have a huge impact. One organization is working with schools to follow kids from kindergarten to graduation, and it's expanding to more cities.
“We cannot have 13 million hungry children in the United States of America,” says Dorothy McAuliffe.
States are starting to require it. Ironically, police advocates and groups like Black Lives Matter agree that the new laws are problematic.
A group of grad students has won national recognition for their solution to a problem that plagues lower-income people across America.
The region is coping with one of the biggest influxes of Puerto Ricans fleeing the hurricane-ravaged island.