An open-air school in the Netherlands shows how the concept spread throughout Europe.

When Tuberculosis Struck the World, Schools Went Outside

A century ago, a deadly disease sparked a novel concept: teaching in the great outdoors to keep kids safe

The decision to remove the statue came September 12, 2018, when San Francisco’s Board of Appeals voted for it to be carted off to a storage facility.

San Francisco's 'Early Days' Statue Is Gone. Now Comes the Work of Activating Real History

The racist sculpture's end comes at a “tipping point for the politics of Native American memory,” says the director of the American Indian Museum

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