Students of color, students from low-income households, and students whose parents have limited education are most likely to be on the wrong side of the digital divide.
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Voters will decide the course of Germany’s future in this “super election year.”
Many California Latinos are hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine due to mistrust in government, fear of side effects and worry that they will contract the virus.
The federal government has failed to provide sufficient financial support to small businesses struggling during the pandemic, he says.
As mainstream social media platforms attempt to control false rhetoric and inflammatory content, alt-right forums have risen in popularity.
During the pandemic, more people cited being closer to family as their reason for moving.
The four congressional districts that flipped back to Republicans still chose Democrat Joe Biden over President Donald Trump.
The impacts of climate change and environmental degradation are threatening rural agricultural communities in the Central Valley.
Front-line and retail workers are speaking out about unsafe working conditions and insufficient pay during the pandemic.
Large, wealthy cities in California often successfully lobby for fewer affordable housing units than smaller and less affluent inland cities.