Mina Dixon said: A child care worker's arrest represents a "perfect storm" of government errors and inaction.
Mina Dixon said: The Supreme Courts faces another landmark civil rights case that could make it tougher for minorities to prove housing discrimination. But settlement between the small town of Mount Holly, N.J., and low-income residents could scuttle the case before it reaches the nation's highest court.
Mina Dixon said: Economic disadvantage does not automatically translate to academic challenge, but students experiencing hardships brought by poverty can struggle to focus on studies, experts say.
Mina Dixon said: The D.C. government's tax lien program has morphed into a predatory system of debt collection that forces families out of their homes, a 10-month Washington Post investigation finds.
Mina Dixon said: The story of America's school integration, through the lens of the Charlotte/Mecklenberg County district, which was the national model for racial integration for 30 years only to resegregate about a decade ago, after a court ruling lifted the mandatory integration plan.
Julie Drizin said: A sports-loving police officer dad explains how and why he accepts his gender-bending son.
Mina Dixon said: The education system has scant tolerance for independence of mind, the writer argues.
Mina Dixon said: A class-action suit accusing Texas of poorly supervising foster children will proceed. The New York-based group Children's Rights has sued more than 15 other states for mistreatment of foster children and lost only two of those cases, according to its executive director.
Mina Dixon said: Bethany Beach, Del., residents opened their resort homes to wounded veterans their families this week.
Mina Dixon said: Parents who lost their 16-month-old son in a crib accident consider the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act a success story.