Lauren covers education for WORLD’s digital, print, and podcast platforms. She is a graduate of Thomas Edison State University and World Journalism Institute. She lives with her family in Wichita, Kan.
Educators are trying to provide more help to students with dyslexia
Parents and doctors question the wisdom of prenatal genetic screenings given their high rate of false positives
States push restrictions on race theory lessons in public schools
Conflict over a pro-Palestine resolution shakes a New York faculty union
Experts disagree on how valuable the program would be
The pandemic may be driving increased interest in technical education
COVID-19 restrictions, race debates, transgender issues, and testing controversies all contributed to school changes this year