A U.S. federal court has struck down a state congressional map for being too partisan. A cutting-edge method for measuring gerrymandering’s effects helps explain why.
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Open Society Scholarships alumni Corina Ajder of Moldova and Khatuna Ioselani of Georgia discuss the impact their scholarships have had on their career choices and beyond.
A film about the educational journey of two African American boys becomes a tool for communities everywhere.
Around the world, schools, student, and teachers are targeted as a tactic of war. States need to take action to stop this appalling practice.
A new public-private initiative to improve the lives of young men of color serves as a rallying cry to redouble our efforts.
A joint initiative involving government, business, and nonprofits aims to help America’s young men of color reach their full potential in school, work, and life.
To bolster the success of young men of color in America, look to this innovative program.
Is an open society possible when education is segregated by one’s ability to pay for it? Giorgio Jackson explains the impact of recent political and social changes in Chile on the right to education.
A digital storytelling project educates teachers and students on forms of slavery that persisted well into the 20th century.
We need to persuade members of the UN General Assembly that development targets should involve not just access to education, healthcare, clean water, and other vital services, but also access to justice.