New studies show kids are overdosing on tech.
That's why Silicon Valley executives- the same ones who make billions of dollars from selling those screens to your kids- are sending their kids to schools without computers.
Dan Simon reports for OutFront
A high school in the California desert is feeling the heat for having a controversial mascot.
Not redskins. Arabs.
Some people are protesting, but defenders say they are merely celebrating their town's history.
Casey Wian is OutFront with the story.
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Teachers at Malibu High School are blaming a recent cancer outbreak and other health concerns on alleged contaminants at their school.
Three teachers have been diagnosed with thyroid cancer in the past six month and three more have been treated for other thyroid issues.
Staff members have also experienced migraines, skin rashes, unexplained hair loss, respiratory problems, and even bladder cancer.
School officials say there's no evidence that anything is wrong, but an environmental consulting firm is investigating the concerns.
Miguel Marquez reports for OutFront.
Have the reports of the printed word's death been greatly exaggerated?
The Pew Research Center says 75% of 16-to-29-year-olds have read a printed book in the past year.
Erin Burnett reports.
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant is finding himself in hot water tonight after this response to a question about how America became quote "so mediocre" when it comes to education.
"I think both parents started working, and the mom is in the workplace, it's not a bad thing and I'm going to get in trouble, I can see the emails tomorrow," Bryant said.
Well, Bryant doesn't even have to wait until tomorrow for the emails. Many are already upset.
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributors Reihan Salam and L.Z. Granderson.