Open source code could be the key to transforming the life of diabetics.
“We are in a sort of remediation industrial complex.”
When a promising student left a neighborhood full of heroin for the University of Pennsylvania, it should have been a moving story. But what does an at-risk student actually need to thrive — or even just to survive?
Despite decades of effort, activists are still trying to get California public schools to teach an accurate history of the state’s indigenous people and the cruelties of European settlement.
Seven schools in China have installed facial recognition technology in classrooms to monitor — and score — their students. At The Disconnect, Yujie Xue reports on this “intelligent education” initiative.
Amid controversies and unethical practices, tech giants like Facebook and Google are no longer dream companies to work for.
A little-known city law has educators figuring out how to talk to eighth and tenth grade students about the history of Chicago police abuse.
As a result of Trump-era immigration policies, fewer highly skilled and educated legal immigrants — like 26-year-old Akirt Sridharan from India — are being hired by U.S. companies, despite their qualifications.
As the Philadelphia Eagles start the 2018-19 NFL season, defensive end Chris Long is also committed to making wins off the field by creating educational equity for students in the United States.
If humans can’t decide, “the future of life will be decided at random.”