Delia Barajas and Elizabeth Morales, members of the community group Ixchel, review materials they’ve used to educate Cicero and Berwyn residents about school discipline and racial disparities.

April Alonso/The Chicago Reporter

July 20, 2018

Racial Disparities Persist In School Discipline

A series of state laws meant to reduce the number of kids getting kicked out of school appears to have worked. That’s the good news. But the bad news is: Those same laws also seem to have magnified racial disparities in school discipline.


The University of Illinois Energy Farm, just south of Urbana.

Madelyn Beck/Harvest Public Media

July 20, 2018

Help Or Hinder? Federal Agencies At Odds Over Biofuels

Scott Pruitt’s resignation from the Environmental Protection Agency this month has many in the renewable fuel industry hoping that federal agencies will get on the same page.


Bridge device

Jake Harper/Side Effects Public Media

July 19, 2018

Alaska Plans To Spend Government Funds On Indiana-Made Addiction Treatment Device

Alaska plans to use federal grant money to purchase a controversial device used in opioid addiction treatment. Addiction experts argue the device has not been properly studied, and that states should put resources toward more proven therapies, such as medications that are used to treat opioid withdrawals and addiction.


A Nebraska researcher examines experimental wheat grown in a greenhouse.

Grant Gerlock/Harvest Public Media (File)

July 19, 2018

Ag Researchers Say Breakthroughs Are Possible, But Only If There’s Funding

Scientific research could deliver transformative technologies to the food system over the next decade, according to a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. Advances in things like gene editing, data sharing and microbiology could make crops more resilient to climate change and livestock more environmentally sustainable.


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