The summer of 2022 marked the 80th anniversary of the first Nazi deportation of Jewish families from Germany to Auschwitz.This article is brought to you by this site.
There are two levels of reference for the elementary question of an appropriate remuneration of work: the markets and the needs of the employees. A study recently published in PLOS ONE by researchers at the […]
As Braylon Price remembers it, he struggled with pretty much everything the first full school year of the pandemic. With minimal guidance and frequent disruptions, he had trouble staying on top of assignments and finishing […]
Andrea Joseph-McCatty is an assistant professor at the College of Social Work at the University of Tennessee. Her research examines disproportional school suspensions and, in particular, the ways in which inequity impacts the experiences of […]
Canadian sport is in crisis. Reports of misconduct are making headlines with troubling regularity. Many sports federations under the purview of Sport Canada appear saturated with harassment, bullying and abuse.This article is brought to you […]
A thermostat that predictively controls the indoor climate and thereby improves energy efficiency and comfort—Empa researchers Felix Bünning and Benjamin Huber came up with this idea while working in Empa’s Urban Energy Systems lab. They […]
John Rawls, one of the 20th century’s most notable political philosophers, proposed a theory of distributive justice known as “justice as fairness.” According to his theory, once a society successfully guarantees equal basic rights and […]
The recent release of 2021 Census data revealed a shocking “1 million homes were unoccupied.”This article is brought to you by this site.
Math and reading scores for America’s 9-year-olds fell dramatically during the first two years of the pandemic, according to a new federal study—offering an early glimpse of the sheer magnitude of the learning setbacks dealt […]