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Adults may find social media a scourge, but young Avery Andrews says it's a portal to exciting worlds of knowledge, imagination and engagement.
A Reagan-era law made it illegal to work without proper immigration papers and Christopher Punongbayan says it's time for that law to change.
Teacher Matt Biers-Ariel says Common Core is an improvement over No Child Left Behind, but won't cure what ails our schools.
The more a bad economy punished Sonia Singh's increasingly poor patient, the worse her health got.
Iraq war protester David Christopher feels especially compelled to honor the fallen on Memorial Day.
When middle schooler Emily Sweet needs an oasis from commotion, she finds it in her guitar and a dark room.
For Youth Radio's Rafael Johns, the advantages of being taller than his peers have come at a cost.
J.D. Hager's mother is suffering from dementia, and he is left with little but questions and memories of her memory.
Silicon Valley is thought of as a haven for Asian-Americans, but Buck Gee says a Bamboo Ceiling keeps their representation in high-tech board rooms remarkably poor.
Is it odd that Eki Shola Abrams is often asked to be a role model for a white mother's black child? She doesn't think so.