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Politics
政治
Federal Politics
联邦政治
News about ethics, campaign donations, lobbying and influence in the federal government and reports on the special interests that are funding federal elections and influencing government policy.
Politics
政治
News about ethics, campaign donations, lobbying and influence in government and reports on the special interests that are funding elections and influencing government policy.
Who’s Calling the Shots in State Politics?
谁操纵国家政治?
In a new multi-year investigation, the Center for Public Integrity is exposing the powerful special interests that drive elections and policy in the states. Browse the State Influence Hub to learn more. Statehouse reporters: Have questions about the State Influence Hub?
Buying of the President
购买总统
Tracking the candidates, political committees and nonprofits that are making this presidential election the most expensive in history.
Source Check
来源审查
Tracking the money and people behind Election 2016 advertisements.
The Misinformation Industry
错误信息产业
An ongoing series seeking to illuminate misleading tactics special interest groups sometimes use to gain public support for their political agendas.
The Trump Administration
特朗普政府
ProPublica’s ongoing coverage of the 45th President and his administration.
PRESIDENTIAL PARDONS
总统特赦
White criminals seeking presidential pardons are nearly four times as likely to succeed as people of color, a ProPublica examination has found.
FINDING OSCAR
寻找奥斯卡
In 1982 amid Guatemala’s civil war, 20 army commandos invaded Dos Erres disguised as rebels. The squad members, or Kaibiles, killed more than 250 people. Only a handful survived. One, a 3-year-old boy, was abducted by a Kaibil officer and raised by his family. It took 30 years for Oscar Alfredo Ramírez Castañeda to learn the truth.
THE BREAKDOWN
崩溃
How politics and government really work, and why they don’t.
Our series seeks to show how politics and government really work, and why they don’t.
THE TRAVEL BAN
旅游禁令
The Impact of Trump’s Executive Order
ELECTIONLAND
Monitoring Access to the Vote in Real Time
ProPublica is covering access to the ballot and problems that prevent people from exercising their right to vote during the 2016 election.
GUNS
枪支
The Policy and Politics of Guns in America
We’re investigating the policy, politics and players around guns in America.
Can Technology Rescue Democracy?
科技能拯救民主吗?
A collection of essays from technologists and scholars about how machines are reshaping civil society
TRIAL AND TERROR
审判与恐怖
The U.S. government has prosecuted more than 800 people for terrorism since the 9/11 attacks. Most of them never committed an act of violence.
The FBI’s Secret Rules
FBI的秘密规则
President Trump has inherited a vast domestic intelligence agency with extraordinary secret powers. A cache of documents offers a rare window into the FBI’s quiet expansion since 9/11.
Foreign Influence
外国势力
A series exploring how money from abroad has entered the 2016 presidential election thanks to Citizens United.
DEEP HISTORY AND THE GLOBAL DRUG CONNECTION
深层次的历史和全球毒品的关系
誰が「靖国問題」をつくったのか
谁制造了「靖国神社问题」
戦後、歴代内閣総理大臣が靖国神社に参拝しても関心を示さなかった亚虎国际娱乐と韓国にありもしない「靖国問題」を突き付けたのは他ならぬ日本人だった。国のために戦って亡くなった方々を私利私欲のために利用した日本のマスコミ、政治家、偽善的な自称知識人。罪深き彼らの行動を決して許してはならない。
Political Party Funding
政治献金
Examining all aspects of political party fundraising and the lack of transparency surrounding it
Lobbying’s Hidden Influence
游说的隐性影响力
Scrutinising the workings of the UK's upper chamber and the private interests of those who sit in it
“Japan is Great”
日本是伟大的
Secrets of a Global Super Court
全球超级法庭的秘密
Looking for America
探索美国
What's happening in America? What does it mean to be an American? These are questions defining a campaign unlike any other. For nearly 35 days, we crossed the nation looking for answers. This is what we found.
The Inequality Chronicles
不平等编年史
Inequality is hardly a new phenomenon in American life, but lately it is commanding new attention. President Obama has declared it “the defining challenge of our time.” And beyond the familiar headlines there is the deeper story, the palpable unease that the social contracts that have long supported our pluralistic and prosperous democracy are fracturing apart.
“The Inequality Chronicles” features detailed explorations of racial, economic, and social inequities — from historical roots to contemporary effects — in major U.S. cities.
CHINA’S OPERATION AUSTRALIA
亚虎国际娱乐操纵澳大利亚
China looks West
亚虎国际娱乐向西看
Business
商业
UNFORGIVEN
不可饶恕
The way lenders and collectors pursue consumer debt has undergone an aggressive transformation in America. Collectors today don’t give up easy, often pursuing debts for years. It’s now routine for companies to sue debtors, then seize their wages or the cash in their bank accounts. For many people, these changes have profoundly affected their lives.
TOBACCO DEBT
烟草债务
A landmark 1998 settlement with Big Tobacco awarded states billions of dollars a year to offset the health-care costs of smoking. What seemed like a boon become a debt trap for many state and local governments when they used it to promise investors billions in the future in exchange for cash advances.
A landmark 1998 settlement with Big Tobacco awarded states billions of dollars a year to offset health-care costs of smoking. In many cases, the income became a debt trap when state and local governments traded it years in advance for upfront cash.
TEMP LAND
临时工作
Temp employment is climbing to record levels following the Great Recession. The system benefits brand-name companies but harms American workers through lost wages, high injury rates, few if any benefits, and little opportunity for advancement.
The growth of temp work following the Great Recession is harming workers and burdening the economy as a whole.
WHEN CAREGIVERS HARM
当护理员伤害时
America’s Unwatched Nurses
California nurses accused of serious wrongdoing have often been left free to practice for years while their cases were being investigated — with patients unaware of the danger. And the problem goes beyond California: Many health workers who are disciplined in one state simply move to another and start with a clean license.
COLLEGE DEBT
高校债务
How College Debt is Putting the Squeeze on Families
Total outstanding college debt is estimated at $1 trillion dollars — and with costs still soaring, the burden on students and their families shows no signs of abating. We're examining how the complicated system of college debt is putting the squeeze on families.
Finance
金融
The latest investigations about U.S. financial reform, corporate accountability and consumer finance.
Broadband
宽带
Investigating the political power of the information technology industry.
Profiting from Prisoners
从囚犯中获利
Inmates' families gouged by fees.
LEVEL 14
A Home for Troubled Children Comes Undone
How a home for troubled children came undone and what it means for California’s chance at reform.
RED CROSS
红十字会
How one of the country’s most venerated charities has failed disaster victims, broken promises and made dubious claims of success.
We’re investigating issues around the organization and how it has spent donated money after Hurricane Sandy and other disasters.
Meat Industry
肉类工业
The Price Of Pork
猪肉价格
Hundreds of hog confinements have been constructed across Illinois in recent years, using a factory-like system to grow millions of pigs and put inexpensive bacon on your plate. But a Tribune investigation finds all that cheap meat is coming at great cost to rural communities.
Tobacco: a deadly business
烟草:致命的业务
This Guardian series is focussed on the huge damage of the tobacco epidemic, which continues to cost millions of people’s lives around the world per year, and the industry behind it
Binary Options
二元期权
Exploring the murky world of unregulated binary options trading and the global business network behind it. Thousands of British savers have lost millions of pounds to this type of fraud, and a legal loophole has left them completely unprotected. The Bureau wants to pressure the UK government into taking action.
Leveraging Food Labels
利用食品标签
Health
健康
Medicare Advantage Money Grab
医疗保险优势抢钱
Congress created private Medicare Advantage health plans 11 years ago to help control health care spending on the elderly. But a Center for Public Integrity investigation found that billions of tax dollars are wasted every year through manipulation of a Medicare payment tool called a “risk score.” The formula is supposed to pay health plans more for sicker patients and less for healthy people, but often it pays too much. The government has for years missed opportunities to corral tens of billions of dollars in overcharges and other billing errors tied to abuse of risk scores. Meanwhile, the growing power of the Medicare Advantage industry has muzzled many critics in Congress, and turned others into cheerleaders for the program.
THE PRESCRIBERS
处方医师
Never-before-released government prescription records shows that some doctors and other health professionals across the country prescribe large quantities of drugs known to be potentially harmful, disorienting or addictive for their patients. And officials have done little to detect or deter these hazardous prescribing patterns. Medicare’s failure to monitor what doctors are prescribing has wasted billions of taxpayer dollars on excessive use of brand-name medication and exposed the elderly and disabled to drugs they should avoid.
PATIENT SAFETY
患者安全
Exploring Quality of Care in the U.S.
More than 1 million patients suffer harm each year while being treated in the U.S. health care system. Even more receive substandard care or costly overtreatment. Our ongoing investigation of patient safety features in-depth reporting, discussion and tools for patients.
LOST MOTHERS
失去妈妈
The U.S. has the highest rate of deaths related to pregnancy and childbirth in the developed world. Half of the deaths are preventable, victimizing women from a variety of races, backgrounds, educations and income levels.
INNOCENTS LOST
失去天真无邪的人
After Florida cut protections for children from troubled homes, more children died, often in cruel and preventable ways. To understand the magnitude of the problem — and possible solutions — the Herald studied every death over a six-year period involving families with child welfare histories. This series is the result of a year's worth of reporting by the Herald's Investigation Team, and multiple lawsuits to obtain state death records.
WASTED MEDICINE
浪费药物
Billions of dollars are routinely wasted every day by health care providers in the United States — and it’s driving up the cost of care for all of us.
NURSING HOMES
疗养院
Our Nursing Home Inspect tool allows anyone to easily search and analyze the details of recent nursing home inspections, as well as penalties imposed on each home over the past three years.
CHASING AN EDGE
追逐优势
ProPublica is examining doping and unorthodox medicine in the big-money world of professional sports, and why it’s so hard to police.
DOLLARS FOR DOCTORS
金钱医生
ProPublica is tracking the financial ties between doctors and medical companies.
Manipulating Medicare
操纵医保
Child Fatalities
孩子的死亡
With 110 child abuse and neglect deaths in five years, a third of them under the watch of the Massachusetts DCF, the state is failing to protect its most vulnerable. Our investigation reveals the ways the government has struggled to learn from this tragic toll.
POLICING PATIENT PRIVACY
监管病人隐私权
ProPublica is exploring how patient privacy violations are affecting patients and the medical care they receive.
Disabled, or just desperate?
残疾人或只是绝望?
Between 1996 and 2015, the number of working-age adults receiving federal disability payments increased dramatically across the country — but nowhere more so than in rural America. In this series, The Washington Post explores how disability is shaping the culture, economy and politics of these small communities.
Antibiotic Resistance
抗生素耐药性
Investigating the growing threat of antibiotic resistance, one of the biggest public health threats facing the world. Through in-depth reporting on the causes, consequences and scale of the problem we aim to counter misinformation, shape public debate and inform public policy.
Health
健康
OVERDOSE
药物过量
Acetaminophen and Accidental Overdoses
About 150 Americans a year die by accidentally taking too much acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol. The toll does not have to be so high.
Genetic Testing
基因测试
From prenatal to psychiatry, genetic testing holds the promise of personalized medicine. But our investigations have revealed an industry with oversold claims, misunderstood findings, and potential conflicts of interest.
The future of pharma incentives
制药公司激励措施的未来
National Security
国家安全
Nuclear Negligence
核事故
Nuclear Negligence examines safety weaknesses at U.S. nuclear weapon sites operated by corporate contractors. The Center’s probe, based on contractor and government reports and officials involved in bomb-related work, revealed unpublicized accidents at nuclear weapons facilities, including some that caused avoidable radiation exposures. It also discovered that the penalties imposed by the government for these errors were typically small, relative to the tens of millions of dollars the NNSA gives to each of the contractors annually in pure profit.
National Security
国家安全
The Center for Public Integrity’s national security coverage is focused broadly on accountability, like all of our work, but will frequently examine the process of military budgeting as well as the soundness of specific military programs. Our questions are simple: How are military funds — amounting to nearly half the discretionary federal budget — being spent? What influences those decisions? And, are soldiers getting what they need? In addition to publishing deep investigations, we will also write briefly about other defense and international affairs topics in postings under the heading, “Up in Arms.”
Nuclear Waste
核废料
Since the start of the Manhattan Project in 1942, the world has accumulated 1,875 tons of nuclear explosive materials that can be used for making powerful bombs. Terrorists could engineer a devastating attack merely by gaining access to a few pounds of these materials, because the designs of simple nuclear weapons are no longer secret. Anxious officials in the United States and other countries have long sought to prevent such an attack by safeguarding or destroying unneeded plutonium and highly-enriched uranium. But some of this effort has been mismanaged and certain foreign governments have resisted taking precautions that Washington has secretly urged.
In this series, we examine the faltering global effort to control dangerous nuclear explosives and shine a light on the gravest risks. Our stories have revealed problems with a U.S. and Russia plan to destroy excess Cold War-era plutonium; explained a controversy over Japan’s continuing construction of the world’s largest plutonium factory; analyzed the reasons for South Africa's refusal to relinquish.its apartheid-era nuclear explosives; and revealed connections between three alarming, Russia-related nuclear smuggling incidents.
The Gift Economy
礼物经济
The top defense contractors in Washington regularly finance the election campaigns of the lawmakers who oversee or control their budgets. Political analysts have called this phenomenon “the gift economy,” in which each routinely gets — and expects — something of value from the other. In an occasional series, the Center for Public Integrity will explore the dimensions of this financial relationship and its large influence on the government’s policymaking and expenditures related to national security.
Homeland Security
国土安全
RELIVING AGENT ORANGE
重温橙剂
ProPublica and The Virginian-Pilot are exploring the effects of the chemical mixture Agent Orange on Vietnam veterans and their families, as well as their fight for benefits.
Up in Arms
武装反抗
This series of postings is meant to call attention to events, findings and reports related to national security, defense spending and international affairs that we think deserve more attention.
Windfalls of War
战争横财
After a decade of war, the Center for Public Integrity’s iWatch News took an in-depth look at the billions of dollars spent on military contracts that are not competitively bid. Call it “one-stop shopping.” These contracts have tripled in size since 9/11, to $140 billion. Who loses? The taxpayer.
The Military
军队
ATTACKS IN EUROPE
袭击欧洲
Grappling With Terrorism
A look at how the region is grappling with terrorism attacks — and how revolving-door prisons could be compounding the threat.
G.I. DOUGH
大兵团
Tracking Military Waste
ProPublica is investigating how billions of U.S. tax dollars have been spent on questionable or failed projects and how those responsible for this waste are rarely held accountable.
DRAGNETS
天罗地网
Tracking Censorship and Surveillance
ProPublica investigates the threats to privacy in an era of cellphones, data mining and cyberwar, including how citizens are digitally tracked by governments and corporations.
TERROR IN LITTLE SAIGON
小西贡的恐怖行动
Tracking Unsolved Murders
Between 1981 and 1990, five Vietnamese-American journalists were killed in what the FBI suspected was a string of political assassinations. Unlike other violent attacks on journalists, these murders garnered relatively little attention.
How the CIA made Google
CIA如何制作谷歌
The Afghan Files
阿富汗文件
This is one story in a seven-part series based on leaked documents exposing Australian special forces troops’ role in the Afghanistan war. For context, they are best read in order.
Drone Warfare
无人机战争
Tracking US drone strikes and other covert actions in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia. The Bureau’s comprehensive reporting on civilian deaths helped lead to greater official transparency on targeted killing, and we will continue to provide the data needed to hold the White House to account.
Fabrication in BBC Panorama 'Saving Syria’s Children'
BBC广角镜制作的“拯救叙利亚儿童”
Fake News
假新闻
Examining the manipulation of information in the social media age and the groups and technology making it happen
Present at the Creation
创世亲历记
Privatised War
私有化战争
A spotlight on the use of military contracting worldwide

SNOWDEN ARCHIVE ——THE SIDTODAY FILES
斯诺登档案 - SIDTODAY文件
SIDtoday is the internal newsletter for the NSA’s most important division, the Signals Intelligence Directorate. After editorial review, The Intercept is releasing nine years’ worth of newsletters in batches, starting with 2003. The agency’s spies explain a surprising amount about what they were doing, how they were doing it, and why.
Facebook Files
脸书文件
Intelligence
情报
Environment
环境
Environmental Justice, Denied
环境正义,拒绝
The foisting of pollution on minority communities in America is racism, albeit a subtler type than has been in the news. With the launch of “Environmental Justice, Denied,” the Center for Public Integrity examines the siting of malodorous dumps and sewage plants near the homes of African-Americans, the spraying of toxic pesticides near schools attended by mostly Latino students, and other environmental problems that disproportionately affect communities of color. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Civil Rights is charged with investigating complaints of discrimination filed against state and local agencies that receive EPA funds and, upon unearthing evidence of injustice, making things right. But our investigation shows that the office has not made a formal finding of discrimination in 22 years,  despite having received hundreds of complaints, some exhaustively documented. As one Louisiana resident told us, “All these complaints to EPA have gotten us nothing – zero.”
Danger in the Air
危险的空气
Air pollution causes more health problems than once believed, even at levels below the nation’s standards, research is finding. But major industries — and some government officials — are pushing back to avoid the expense of tighter pollution limits. The Center for Public Integrity investigates the battles that pit economic costs against the cost to health.
Breathless and Burdened
喘不上气和负担沉重
This yearlong investigation examines how doctors and lawyers, working at the behest of the coal industry, have helped defeat the benefits claims of miners sick and dying of black lung, even as disease rates are on the rise and an increasing number of miners are turning to a system that was supposed to help alleviate their suffering.
Environment
环境
The Center for Public Integrity’s nationally honored environmental investigations have explored everything from tainted air in cities across the U.S., to questionable green energy contracts to workplace hazards. The team unravels how environmental, health and safety rules take shape, how lax oversight allows problems to persist and how breakdowns in protections impact the public.
Hard Labor
苦工
Each year, some 4,500 American workers die on the job and 50,000 perish from occupational diseases. Millions more are hurt and sickened at workplaces, and many others are cheated of wages and abused. In the coming months the Center for Public Integrity will publish, under the banner Hard Labor, stories exploring threats to workers — and the corporate and regulatory factors that endanger them.
Science for Sale
出售科学
Science and opinion have become increasingly conflated, in large part because of corporate influence. Industry-backed research has exploded — often with the aim of obscuring the truth — as government-funded science dwindles.
Politics of Poison
政治毒药
There Could Be 11 Billion People on Earth in 2100. That Doesn't Have to Scare You.
到2100地球可能有11 Billion人口。没有吓唬你
Unequal Risk
不平等风险
Workers in America face risks from toxic exposures that would be considered unacceptable outside the job — and in many cases are perfectly legal.
BOMBS IN OUR BACKYARD
在我们后院的炸弹
The Pentagon has poisoned millions of acres and left Americans to guess at the threat to their health. Its oversight of thousands of toxic sites has been marked by defiance and delay.
HELL AND HIGH WATER
洪水爆发
Preparing Houston for the Next Big Storm
Houston is the fourth-largest city in the country. It's home to the nation’s largest refining and petrochemical complex, where billions of gallons of oil and dangerous chemicals are stored. And it’s a sitting duck for the next big hurricane. Why isn’t Texas ready?


FRACKING
水力压裂
Gas Drilling’s Environmental Threat
Vast deposits of natural gas have brought a drilling boom across much of the country, but the technique being used, called hydraulic fracturing, is suspected of causing hundreds of cases of water contamination. Now environmentalists and lawmakers are pushing for closer oversight of the gas industry, which is pushing back.
KILLING THE COLORADO
杀死科罗拉多
The Water Crisis in the West
The Colorado River is dying — the victim of legally sanctioned overuse, the relentless forces of urban growth, willful ignorance among policymakers and a misplaced confidence in human ingenuity. ProPublica investigates the policies that are putting this precious resource in peril.
Carbon Wars
碳战争
The fossil-fuel industry is under attack as the world warms and pollution impairs and shortens lives. But the companies that profit from these fuels are fighting to protect their lucrative franchises.
AFTER HURRICANE HARVEY
飓风哈维后
Failures in a Flood Zone
In 2016, ProPublica and The Texas Tribune sounded the alarm that Houston’s overdevelopment and underestimation of flood risk had made it a sitting duck for the next big storm. Then, Hurricane Harvey hit.
Justice
司法
Sexual Assault on Campus
校园性侵犯
Students found "responsible" for sexual assaults on campus often face little or no punishment from school judicial systems, while their victims' lives are frequently turned upside down, according to a year-long investigation by the Center for Public Integrity. Administrators believe the sanctions administered by the college judiciary system are a thoughtful way to hold abusive students accountable, but the Center's probe has discovered that "responsible" findings rarely lead to tough punishments like expulsion — even in cases involving alleged repeat offenders.

DOCUMENTING HATE
记录仇恨
Hate crimes and bias incidents are a national problem, but there’s no reliable data on the nature or prevalence of the violence. We’re collecting and verifying reports to create a national database for use by  journalists, researchers and civil-rights organizations.
Juvenile Justice
青少年司法
Our coverage investigates current juvenile justice policies — many of them controversial — and closely examines the burgeoning debate over proposed new approaches to handling young people at risk.
THE ETAN PATZ CASE
艾坦·帕兹案
The disappearance of a 6-year-old New York boy has mystified and frustrated police for decades. The trial of his alleged killer ended with a hung jury, a dozen people who spent 18 days unsuccessfully trying to reach unanimity.

State Integrity 2015
2015国家诚信
The State Integrity Investigation is a comprehensive assessment of state government accountability and transparency done in partnership with Global Integrity. The project uses extensive research by reporters in each state to grade and rank the states based on existing laws and analysis of how well they are implemented.
MACHINE BIAS
机器偏见
Investigating algorithmic injustice and the formulas that influence our lives.
Criminalizing kids
宣布孩子犯法
This ongoing project scrutinizes the use of law enforcement and courts to respond to kids’ conduct at school or other circumstances.
BUSTED
突击搜查
Tens of thousands of people every year are sent to jail based on the results of a $2 roadside drug test. Widespread evidence shows that these tests routinely produce false positives. Why are police departments and prosecutors still using them?
THE RENT RACKET
租金诈骗
How landlords sidestep tenant protections in New York City.
ProPublica is exploring New York City’s broken rent stabilization system, the tax breaks that underpin it, the regulators who look the other way and the tenants who suffer as a result.
NUISANCE ABATEMENT
公害控制
The NYPD’s Aggressive Enforcement of a Little-known Law
How New York City police are using little-known laws to kick people out of their homes, even if they haven’t been charged with a crime.
INSULT TO INJURY
变本加厉
America’s Vanishing Worker Protections
Driven by big business and insurers, states nationwide are dismantling workers’ compensation, slashing benefits to injured workers and making it more difficult for them to get care. Meanwhile employers are paying the lowest rates for workers’ comp insurance since the 1970s.
SEX AND GENDER
性和性别
ProPublica's Nina Martin reporting on American systems and institutions — from schools to hospitals to prisons — that fail or mistreat people on the basis of their gender or sexuality.
OUT OF ORDER
违反规程
When Prosecutors Cross the Line
The innocent can wind up in prison. The guilty can be set free. But New York City prosecutors who withhold evidence, tolerate false testimony or commit other abuses almost never see their careers damaged.
Accountability
问责
The latest investigations about waste, fraud, corruption, abuse and mismanagement.
AN UNBELIEVABLE STORY OF RAPE
令人难以置信的强奸故事
An 18-year-old said she was attacked at knifepoint. Then she said she made it up. That’s where our story begins.
My Four Months as a Private Prison Guard
我作为私营监狱守卫的四个月
Justice for Sale
出售司法
UNFOUNDED
毫无根据
The Globe investigates how police handle sexual assault cases in Canada
FRAMED
陷害
SHE WAS THE PTA MOM EVERYONE KNEW. WHO WOULD WANT TO HARM HER?
Beyond Punishment
超出刑罚
A Miami Herald investigation of Lowell Correctional Institution
WALKING WHILE BLACK
行走中的黑人
Race can affect the enforcement of laws on a wide range of ordinary conduct, from driving to bicycling. Here’s our look at whether that kind of profiling is taking place with Jacksonville’s pedestrian statutes.
VISUAL EVIDENCE
视觉证据
Data and Design in Everyday Life
Education
教育
Future of Learning
未来学习
The factory model of education is out. Now more schools are personalizing learning and trying to motivate students by empowering them in the classroom. Will this improve academic outcomes? Will it close achievement gaps? The Hechinger Report explores the innovations at the core of today’s cutting-edge schools.
EVALUATING CHARTER SCHOOLS
评估特许学校
Questions About Public Transparency and Private Profits
ProPublica is exploring how this new model of schooling has raised questions about public transparency and private profits.
RESTRAINTS
约束
Do you know a child who has been forcibly restrained or secluded at school? Help us investigate by sharing your story
For-Profit Colleges
营利性大学
For-profit institutions have come under fire for saddling students with too much debt and not enough job options, even as enrollment has nearly tripled to 1.8 million since 2000. New federal regulations are aimed squarely at the booming businesses, threatening to cut off student aid if too many graduates default on their loans.
Imagining the ideal school system
设想理想的学校系统


THE FAILURE TRACK
追踪失败
Under pressure to meet accountability standards, school districts dump struggling students into alternative schools that are rife with profiteering, harsh discipline and educational neglect.
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Catholic priests and their children
天主教神父和他们的孩子





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