Dozens of states and D.C. have restricted when companies can ask about job applicants’ criminal records—but many aren’t following the rules.
In many states, people held without a felony conviction are eligible to vote—but confusion, fear, and a long list of logistical complications often stand in their way.
“You know that when teachers band together on their own, it’s gotta be bad.”
The producer of The Atlantic’s latest event on criminal justice reform discusses how it brought Washington’s conservatives together on the issue.
Can new technologies help counter today's ever-evolving strategies for cheating—and discourage students from doing it in the first place?
Some argue that gender integration in Greek life is the key to enhancing equity and eliminating sexual violence on campus. Wesleyan University has put this idea into practice.
A new report shows yet another way African Americans face systematic disadvantage on the job market.
After students at a few schools rejected their commencement speakers, they were widely mocked. What will this mean for campus communities—and a disillusioned class of 2014?
The story of why the photo service developed a special collection showcasing stronger, more realistic-looking women
In college, I had the luxury of developing a sophisticated critique of her call to "lean in." After a few months of unemployment, I found it was just what I needed to hear.