The Complicated Truth Behind Games That Want To Change The World

If you listen closely to those who advocate for games as a worthwhile medium, you can sense the hope that games will change the world. Either society becomes enraptured by the possibilities that interactivity presents, or games become another avenue for making a difference—if not both. We stand on the precipice of… » 10/24/12 11:00am 10/24/12 11:00am

Reaching Students In A New Way: Sandra Day O'Connor Talks Our Courts…

Alarmingly, American teenagers are far more educated about entertainment media and pop culture than they are about their own government. For example, 59 percent of teens can name the Three Stooges, but only 41 percent can name the three branches of the U.S. government. 94 percent of teens know that Will Smith is the… » 6/06/08 4:20pm 6/06/08 4:20pm