Bias

Administrators at East Brunswick High School suspended both the Muslim student and her alleged attacker after the incident.
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Kimberly Worthy, a Washington D.C. teacher, fears arming teachers with guns could negatively impact students of color.
Kimberly Worthy is a teacher in Washington D.C. As a teacher of color, she fears for her students of color, and the impact that arming teachers with guns would have on her students.
Expelling kids from school denies them the chance to become better citizens.
Training students to recognize challenges they'll both face, and bring, to the workplace.
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When people say they don't want 'biased' news, they mean they don't want an opinion they disagree with.
I erred in the wrong direction and had to think hard about what that meant.
“No, not her!” I thought to myself. What I needed was a massage and my regular massage therapist wasn’t working. I couldn’t
Another man named Keith Wert knew the science of farming. He mentally calculated when and where to plant the crops, what
Here's to our new year, one in which we follow the better angels of our nature. Bruce Janz is a professor in the UCF Department
The Democrats, like the "remain" voters in the Brexit election, experienced a negative jolt: a sudden, severe loss in all
When people are presented with disagreeable facts they tend to double down on their own truth.
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Not only is the Statesman run by a former Republican lawmaker, it's controlled by Larry Mizel, a major GOP donor and supporter
know you Supermoms are already doing all of this with your own littles ones so please take a minute and think about is there anything else you can be doing in the outside world so we can move away from hearing the absurdity of girls proving whether or not they are Tom Boys in 2016 and our kids can be whoever they choose to be!
This could be next time. Implicit bias: New York. I was eighteen and a freshman in college. "Nadia?" asked the professor
This election, with its unexpected and extraordinary results, ratcheted up the intensity of that query, but the substance remains the same: Are Americans making a profound decision of whom to place in charge of the nation based on something other than reason?