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Co-published with The AtlanticA photo essay Scenes from the daily lives of farmworkers in central Washington

Co-published with The Atlantic with additional support from Capital & Main. When it comes to schoolwork, there is a chasm separating students with parents …

Co-published with The AtlanticUrban school systems are now so confusing—and so unequal—that parents are hiring private experts to help them figure out where to send their …

Co-published with The Atlantic. Darryl Lorenzo Wellington reports on the multi-billion dollar plasma donation industry, including his own experience “plassing” for cash.

Co-published with The Atlantic. After veteran reporter Joseph Williams lost his job, he found employment in a sporting-goods store. In a personal essay, he recalls his …

Co-published with The Atlantic. Leila Yusuf is an immigrant who fled to the United States 19 years ago, during the civil war in Somalia. She’s 37 years …

Co-published with The Atlantic.  Minimum-wage jobs are physically demanding, have unpredictable schedules, and pay so meagerly that workers can't save up enough to move on.

Co-published with The Atlantic. The new version of the exam has tougher questions and a higher registration fee--plus it requires computer proficiency.

Co-published with Atavist. Written excerpt in The Atlantic by Alissa Quart. Photos in Wired and <a href="http://www.slate.com/blogs/behold/2013/02/07/maisie_crow_documenting_mississippi_s_last_legal_abortion_clinic_photos.html" target="_blank" …

Co-published with The Atlantic. Courts are hitting students with harsh penalties and collecting millions of dollars in fines. But are they addressing the real problems?

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