November 8, 2006
FIRST WOMEN. As an addendum to Addie's post, the first woman was elected as chief justice of the Supreme Court in Alabama.
A new study finds that drops in white student achievement often lead to the passage of "teacher quality" bills. Not so much when it comes to dips in black student achievement.
Why are there so few women in STEM fields? Hint: The problem is not just about "lifestyle choices."
As levels of student debt continue to rise, regulators have an opportunity to reform higher education.
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Kay Steiger is managing editor at Raw Story and a former Prospect editorial assistant.