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November 20, 2014
Too few state leaders appreciate the role they must play in bringing about substantive change in America’s schools. Read more »
November 17, 2014
Too few of our modern-day state leaders appreciate the absolute role they must play in bringing about substantive change in America’s schools. Read more »
November 14, 2014
Last year, many Maryland schools began implementing new federal standards called Common Core. Read more »
November 10, 2014
Too few of our modern-day state leaders appreciate the absolute role they must play in bringing about substantive change in America’s schools. Read more »
November 10, 2014
It was a most appropriate time to be interviewing Ms. Kerwin, the president of The Center for Education Reform. Read more »
November 7, 2014
Approximately 2.5 million public school students were enrolled in charter schools last school year, up more than 12 percent from last year and more than 30 percent from a decade earlier, a recent report from the National Alliance for Public Schools states, based on a February survey. Read more »
November 5, 2014
The 2014 midterm elections were a big win for Republicans, but how did they shake out for school choice? Read more »
November 5, 2014
Florida GOP Gov. Rick Scott eked out a win over Republican-turned-Democratic challenger Charlie Crist Tuesday in a tight race that came down to fewer than 100,000 votes. Read more »
November 3, 2014
Policymakers, pundits and ed reformers are gleeful in the wake of the Vergaradecision finding the practice of teacher tenure in California unconstitutional. Read more »
October 20, 2014
National media watchdog group says Detroit Free Press series is only 10% reliable; criticizes paper for engaging in partisan political activity Read more »