In the News


02.26.2017
Advice for new presidentsMorton SchapiroThe Chronicle of Higher Education
02.24.2017
Commentary: The high cost of cutting regulatory costs David DanaThe Chicago Tribune
02.24.2017
Are great teachers poor scholars?David Figlio, Morton SchapiroInside Higher Education
02.23.2017
Should the government tell SNAP recipients what they can eat?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachPacific Standard
02.23.2017
Illinois issues: the great pension chasmMax SchanzenbachNPR Illinois
02.20.2017
Same-sex marriage laws linked to fewer youth suicide attempts, new study saysBrian MustanskiPBS News Hour
02.20.2017
Same-sex marriage laws tied to fewer teen suicidesBrian MustanskiHealth Day
02.20.2017
The Japanese education system may solve the problems of US public education Matthew EasterdayThe Hill
02.20.2017
Husbands, not mothers-in-law, might be behind son preference in IndiaSeema JayachandranLiveMint
02.18.2017
Many scientists take a dim view of the court system—until they take part in itShari Seidman DiamondScience
02.17.2017
Remaining violence interrupters still trying to make a differenceWesley SkoganThe Chicago Sun-Times
02.17.2017
Northwestern doctor named to federal preventive-health task forceMelissa SimonThe Chicago Sun-Times
02.16.2017
Congress debates: Should tax dollars be used to buy junk food?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachUSA Today
02.16.2017
Tennessee hints at chaos if Republicans leave Obamacare in limboCraig GarthwaiteBloomberg
02.13.2017
The social policy revolution starts hereJonathan GuryanChicago
02.13.2017
The 74 Interview: Kirabo Jackson on the importance of school spending, ‘soft skills’ and teacher quality Kirabo JacksonThe 74
02.13.2017
Most popular unisex baby names of 2017David FiglioThe Huffington Post (Canada)
02.08.2017
Parents of preemies will soon have an app, courtesy of Prentice docCraig GarfieldCrain's Chicago Business
02.08.2017
Do we have the right guinea pigs?Steven EpsteinPolitico
02.07.2017
Commentary: U.S. 'free press' score continues to dropPablo BoczkowskiThe Post Star (NY)
02.07.2017
Leaked HHS draft order to fix insurance market draws mixed reviewsCraig GarthwaiteModern Healthcare
02.07.2017
ABA's rejection of stricter Bar-Pass Rule draws support, criticismDaniel RodriguezThe National Law Journal
02.07.2017
Anniversary of 1812 earthquake ushers in preparedness monthSeth SteinWTTW - Chicago Tonight
02.05.2017
Amid cancer battle, 8 year old's ovarian tissue is stored for future time when she'd have babiesTeresa WoodruffThe Kansas City Star
02.04.2017
What would Betsy DeVos mean for Ohio schools?David FiglioThe Cleveland Plain Dealer
02.03.2017
Insurers won't commit to 2018 exchanges until they know ACA's futureCraig GarthwaiteModern Healthcare
02.03.2017
Kids of color 'should be talking about toys,' not politicsOnnie RogersCNN
02.03.2017
Silencing the guns: Peace begins with getting youths to slow downJonathan GuryanThe Chicago Sun-Times
02.03.2017
Can Chicago's poorest 'pull themselves up by their bootstraps'? Mary PattilloDNAinfo
02.01.2017
Jury in retrial of Etan Patz’s accused killer begins deliberationsShari Seidman DiamondThe New York Times
01.31.2017
Trump spoils pharma chiefs with no more bad news on drug pricingCraig GarthwaiteBloomberg
01.27.2017
Study: Teaching and research not tiedMorton Schapiro, David FiglioInside Higher Education
01.22.2017
Trans patients, looking for fertility options, turn to cancer researchTeresa WoodruffPBS News Hour
01.20.2017
To march or not?Heather SchoenfeldThe Huffington Post
01.20.2017
The internet lost its mind over Sophie the Giraffe - but do we worry too much about germs? Thomas McDadeThe Bristol Post (UK)
01.20.2017
‘Procedural Justice’: A day at CPD’s sensitivity-training courseWesley SkoganThe Chicago Sun-Times
01.18.2017
Trump's pick for Education secretary could put school vouchers back on the map David FiglioThe Los Angeles Times
01.12.2017
It’s the drug industry’s turn to tremble before TrumpCraig GarthwaiteBloomberg
01.09.2017
Insurers: Repeal of ACA should go slowly, keep subsidies awhileCraig GarthwaiteThe Connecticut Mirror
01.06.2017
Reforming criminal justice: The real impact of a law & order administrationHeather SchoenfeldThe Hill
01.05.2017
Well-off white men are 3 times more likely than women to get job interviewsLauren RiveraThe Huffington Post
12.27.2016
Youth struggle after incarcerationLinda TeplinThe Chicago Tribune
12.24.2016
As Obama accomplished policy goals, his party floundered Daniel GalvinThe Associated Press
12.22.2016
Combating wage theft under Donald TrumpDaniel GalvinThe American Prospect
12.22.2016
In education, money matters!Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Huffington Post
12.21.2016
Why millenials are choosing strange baby namesDavid FiglioBBC
12.21.2016
Knowing someone who faced discrimination may affect blood pressureThomas McDadeNPR - All Things Considered
12.21.2016
Government witness says Anthem-Cigna merger would hurt Connecticut David DranoveHartford Courant
12.20.2016
How senate Democrats want Trump to move on pharmaDavid DranovePolitico
12.20.2016
Census estimates: Illinois lost more people than any other stateMatthew NotowodigdoThe Chicago Sun-Times
12.20.2016
Fans using resale market oppose Cubs 'absolute discretion' to revoke ticketsMatthew NotowodigdoThe Chicago Tribune
12.19.2016
Answer as to why earthquakes occur in clustersSeth SteinDigital Journal
12.19.2016
Most youth fare poorly after detention for juvenile offensesLinda TeplinReuters
12.19.2016
Life after juvenile detention isn't easy, especially for minorities Linda TeplinU.S. News & World Report
12.18.2016
Fake news and the future of journalismPablo BoczkowskiNieman Lab
12.16.2016
Adulting, hygge and xenophobia: The 2016 words of the yearAnette D'OnofrioWTTW - Chicago Tonight
12.16.2016
Rigging charge exposes one reason for inexplicable drug pricingCraig GarthwaiteBloomberg
12.15.2016
What happens to the working class when millionaires and billionaires are in chargeBenjamin PageThe Washington Post
12.15.2016
Facebook is the unwilling king of the newsRachel Davis MerseyCNET
12.15.2016
Democrats shouldn’t let the race for DNC chair become a battle for the Party’s soulDaniel GalvinNew York
12.14.2016
What Democrats should really be looking for in the next DNC chairDaniel GalvinThe Washington Post
12.13.2016
Amanda Knox: Why do innocent women confess to crimes they didn’t commit?Alice EaglyVice
12.12.2016
Capitalism is working better in France than the U.S.Benjamin PageThe Washington Post
12.12.2016
It turns out spending more probably does improve educationDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe New York Times
12.09.2016
High-brow extracurriculars look good on a resume, but only if you're a manLauren RiveraTown & Country
12.07.2016
Bad medicine, part 2: (Drug) trials and tribulationsTeresa WoodruffFreakonomiics
12.07.2016
Why Trump’s use of the words ‘urban renewal’ is scary for citiesMary PattilloThe New York Times
12.07.2016
High-class hobbies will help you land a top job, unless you’re a womanLauren RiveraScience of Us
12.06.2016
Parents who want kids to get off their phones should look in the mirror firstEllen WartellaThe Washington Post
12.06.2016
Survey: Parents binge on media, say they're good role modelsEllen WartellaThe Associated Press
12.02.2016
Pregnancy bracelet lets dad feel baby kicksCraig GarfieldThe Daily Beast
12.01.2016
Good sex outranks shared chores, adequate income for happy marriage Eli FinkelThe Chicago Tribune
11.30.2016
Tomorrow’s business leaders learn how to work with A.I. Brian UzziThe Wall Street Journal
11.28.2016
The Cures vote is finally comingDavid DranovePolitico
11.28.2016
Anthem-Cigna deal seen by U.S. economist as risk to competitionDavid DranoveBloomberg
11.16.2016
Obama built a policy legacy. But he didn’t do enough to build the Democratic PartyDaniel GalvinThe Washington Post
11.13.2016
The media didn’t see Trump coming. And even now, it doesn’t know whyPablo BoczkowskiThe Guardian
11.12.2016
Being from a privileged background helps men, but not women, get top jobsLauren RiveraThe Washington Post
11.12.2016
Police shooting exposes racial tensions in mostly white Mount GreenwoodLincoln QuillianChicago Tribune
11.11.2016
Inequality among women is crucial to understanding Hillary's lossLeslie McCallThe Nation
11.10.2016
Solving chronic absenteeism could be missing piece to classroom achievementDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachChicago Tonight
11.10.2016
What your election freakout looks like from a kid’s point of viewOnnie RogersNew York Magazine
11.09.2016
Trump, GOP sweep may disrupt every corner of health insurance marketLaurel Harbridge YongModern Healthcare
11.09.2016
Will Obamacare health coverage continue under Trump's presidency?Craig GarthwaiteChicago Tribune
11.09.2016
Outnumbered Illinois Trump voters emerge optimistic, hopefulLaurel Harbridge YongChicago Tribune
11.08.2016
Has Election 2016 been a turning point for the influence of the news media?Pablo BoczkowskiNIemanLab
11.05.2016
Forget Clinton and Trump—America's democracy is broken and they can't fix itBenjamin PageThe Sydney Morning Herald
11.02.2016
Young adults take more security measures for their online privacy than their eldersEszter HargittaiRecode
11.01.2016
Why students can't google their way to the truthEszter HargittaiEducation Week
11.01.2016
How much celebrity endorsements actually influence election resultsCraig GarthwaiteBroadly
09.20.2016
Later term births may offer future cognitive benefitsDavid FiglioThe Chicago Tribune
09.19.2016
Could a blood test diagnose depression?Eva RedeiSelf
04.25.2016
Can more money fix America's schools?Kirabo JacksonNPR