We uncover what exactly FIRE stands for and why some people have mixed feelings on the nonpartisan nonprofit.
We speak with two experts to get the truth behind these traditionally scary creatures and hear why neither of them are nearly as scary as we think.
Education expert Natalie Wexler joins us to share important insights and what parents can also do at home to bolster these skills.
We speak with Homayoun about why so many teens seem to struggle post-high school and how adults can better prepare their kids in the long-term rather than focusing solely on short-term academic markers.
We speak with author Jennifer Breheny Wallace about the importance of sharing how a person’s value should never be linked to their performance.
We break down how higher education will be affected by the Supreme Court’s recent ruling ending affirmative action.
As people move past the pandemic, demographers wonder if certain migration trends will change. We discuss population trends and how they impact cities.
We speak with a clinical child psychologist at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Ellen Braaten, about the different types & presentations of ADHD.
This week, we cover the push to change education legislation so more school curriculums incorporate a standalone financial literacy class.
Kelsey Wardlaw (who went on strike) about her experience and why unionizing felt like the right path forward.
Books have been taken off shelves since the colonial period, but, in recent years, more books than ever have been deemed unsuitable for young readers. We discuss the controversy by highlighting two differing perspectives on the debate.
Last month, Biden’s administration vowed to cancel $10,000 of student loan debt for the average borrower and up to $20,000 for Pell Grant recipients. We highlight what this move achieves (and doesn’t) and what solutions are needed to solve this problem long-term.
We speak with a sports psychologist this week about the rising prevalence of mental health disorders among young athletes and what’s being done to improve support services and get rid of stigma both on campus and off-campus.
Before earning his PhD in applied mathematics from MIT, Urschel played college football at Penn State and then went on to play in the NFL with the Baltimore Ravens. This week – we touch on his unique path & what he’s learned along the way.
We speak with two experts about the growing early childcare gap in the U.S. and why bettering the sector starts with valuing these workers more.