Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
Charleston Through a Teacher's Eyes
Teacher, friend, eternal optimist, writer, Oprah lover, kid in...
Teachers love summer. We live for the days when we get to read for pleasure and do not have to lug around bags of papers to grade, yet the second I heard about the tragedy in Charleston, SC, my classroom was the only place I wished to be.
Wendy Davis On Schools: 'We Texans Have A Different Way Of Doing Things'
You Don't Fight Intolerance With More Intolerance
Elwood D. Watson
Professor of history, African-American studies and gender stud...
Intolerance, no matter how benign, is like a potentially debilitating disease. Its symptoms must be detected and dealt with early. The longer the contaminated cells are allowed to fester, the more danger the prognosis.
Teaching Kids to 'See' Play-Doh Possibilities
Designer of social ideas and social objects www.dylankendall.com
What do kicks, Play-Doh, fun and a design challenge have to do with kids and learning? An opportunity to use play to help develop creative and analytical thinking skills in young people.
Somebody Come and Play
In the last two decades, children have lost an average of eight hours of free play a week. The American Academy of Pediatricians calls the decline of playtime "a national crisis."
Kids from the 'Hood: Wendy Williams, Barack Obama and The Prep School Negroes
Writer and editor in New York
As the Obama presidency and economic downturn confirm, we're living in a period of
unprecedented possibility and vast economic inequality for African Americans.
The Return of Atlantis Prompted a Look at America's Future ... and I'm Very Troubled
Director, National Center for Earth and Space Science Education
Is this the grand vision for human spaceflight we embraced 40 years ago when we saw Armstrong and Aldrin walking on the Moon?
The High Cost of a Brand Name College
Author Of Your Child's Strengths, speaker, school expert
U.S. News & World Report
has changed the way parents and students choose institutions of higher education, so that a college degree is only as good as its brand name.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
Arts + Culture
FROM OUR PARTNERS
Sleep + Wellness
What's Working: Purpose + Profit
The Power of Humanity
Podcasts & Audio
Get breaking news alerts
Download our app
Go to mobile site