Edition 116

Public Information is Key to Countering the New Chemical Weapons Threat

By Michael Soussan

March 24, 2016

In the wake of the attacks in Belgium, Michael Soussan writes that it isn't fear mongering to properly prepare the public.

Public Information is Key to Countering the New Chemical Weapons Threat

In the wake of the attacks in Belgium, Michael Soussan writes that it isn't fear mongering to properly prepare the public.


How the Chinese See U.S. Elections: Three Myths

Zheng Wang articulates why the Chinese don't, in fact, see themselves as creating great deals at America's expense.


Trump Is Clearly Anti-Common Core. Is He Also Anti-Teacher?

Based on his lack of support for standards, Kaylan Connally argues that the answer is probably yes.


With Liberty and Civic Engagement for Some

Our political participation too closely resembles early America. Leila Pedersen knows we can change that.


We Need to Assess Assessments

Fredrik DeBoer explains why our methods of measurement in academia matter.


Want to Make America Great Again? Start with Students

Patrick Oathout explores the unfortunate ways in which student government elections are mirroring their national counterparts.


Worry Less about Your High Schoolers' Testing Time and More about Their Tests' Quality

It’s time to put our conventional wisdom about testing to the test, says Abigail Swisher.


How to Understand Divorce

As both unique and universal, according to a new book by Wendy Paris.


We Need to Protect Low Income Workers—And There May or May Not Be an App for That

Are low wage workers getting a return on their investment in electronics?