Thursday, Jun 12 12 p.m. (ET)

Homeschooling in D.C.

The District is used to controversies over education policy. But a debate about homeschooling has sparked one of the most contentious education disputes the city has seen in a long time. School board members are preparing to vote on new...

Thursday, Jun 12 12:37 p.m. (ET)

Big Tent Unionizing

Service Employees International Union is a "big tent" kind of operation -- so big, in fact, that its local chapter in Montgomery County represents everybody from custodians to school bus drivers to part-time college professors. SEIU Local...

Thursday, Jun 12 1 p.m. (ET)

Women and the Political Glass Ceiling

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has more people than ever talking about the role of women in politics. But lost in that discussion is the fact that most women still don't see themselves as potential political candidates, and are...

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