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The Implications of America's Extractive Exit

By Aubrey Menarndt

Nov. 16, 2017

Leaving a resource transparency initiative can chip away at credibility globally—and diminish citizens' ability to hold leaders to account.

The Implications of America's Extractive Exit

Leaving a resource transparency initiative can chip away at credibility globally—and diminish citizens' ability to hold leaders to account.


America's Erasure of Black Women and Girls

Black women accrue the highest costs for confronting America's sins—but are silenced in narratives about this national reckoning.


A Prince's Power Plays

Left unchecked, the recent maneuvering of Saudi Arabia's heir apparent threatens to open up a violent new chapter in the region.


An Old-school Solution for an Information Age Problem

Apprenticeships have long been a source of work-based learning for a variety of trades. Now they're entering a new industry: cybersecurity.


It's Never Too Early to Start Teaching Kids Media Literacy

When kids understand how content is made, they begin to understand how it can be manipulated.


San Diego Unified Sends Parents Who Can't Pay for School Bus Rides to a Collections Agency

California is one of a dozen states that allows school districts to charge parents fees for bus rides to school.