Happy Talk History -- NY Times Opion Pages This assault on young people’s intelligence is anti-American. If you believe in American exceptionalism, then empower students with the critical thinking to defend it.
The city's Human Services Agency has released a new report filled with startling data about a rapidly changing San Francisco, where the rich are getting richer and more educated, the poor are falling further behind and the middle-class is skipping town altogether. Using 2012 figures from the American Community Survey, a branch of the U.S. Census Bureau, the Human Services Agency calculated San Francisco's Gini Coefficient at .523, while the entire US scores .45
Urban farmers say it's time they got their own research farms. Mchezaji "Che" Axum stands in a hoop house at the University of the District of Columbia's Muirkirk Research Farm, a resource for urban farmers in the city.