all stories tagged "Poverty"
On Sept. 22, public television stations across the nation will highlight the nation's dropout crisis on American Graduate Day.VIDEO
A New York Times video profile of the Refugee Youth Summer Academy and a Q&A with its education advisor on what happens next for school-age immigrants.VIDEO
Interview with Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn on ‘Half the Sky’ and Ending Violence Against Women
The journalists give a preview of their new documentary and talk about the “central moral issue of this century,” violence against women and children worldwide.VIDEO
The analysis broke down graduation rates by race and country of origin, and looked at students who were discharged vs. those who dropped out.
The Department of Education has revised portions of its disciplinary code to make consequences for poor behavior less strict for the youngest students.
Do NYC urban planners have infrastructure and environmental advice for slum-filled cities in other parts of the world?
See where to pick up free back-to-school supplies and learn about programs and sites that match donors and schools in need.
If you have limited income, you don't have to pay a hefty price for a lawyer or legal advice. Many nonprofits and law firms provide free or low-cost legal services.