February 4, 2020
STATE OF THE UNION’s BIPARTISAN THEME. Tonight’s State of the Union address by President Donald J. Trump will very likely include more than a passing reference to education reform, as Jeanne shared with the Washington Post the other day, and specifically, the Administration’s effort to enact education freedom scholarships to help low-income students choose the […] Read more »
January 28, 2020
What’s Inside: Parents - and their power — are front and center as of late, from the august chambers of the Supreme Court to the streets of the Big Easy, and throughout the country this week, with over 50,000 local events for National School Choice Weekbeing held. Catch up on nationwide Parent Power efforts here!FREE AT LAST?  […] Read more »
January 14, 2020
 In brief, what you need to know about Mrs. Robinson’s "candidate debate" tonight in Des Moines, the latest candidate positions, the upcoming US Supreme Court case and teacher ed… all in your favorite weekly report from CER - Newswire!EYE ON IOWA. The remaining Democratic candidates gather tonight in Des Moines, Iowa for the last debate before the caucuses […] Read more »
January 7, 2020
A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN ALL NEIGHBORHOODS.  "Can Mr. Rogers nostalgia help cure today's culture"?  Erica Komisar, a psychoanalyst in New York City thinks yes, it can.  “Rogers rejected the old-fashioned idea that children are to be seen and not heard. He believed adults should lead them with love and understanding, not fear and punishment.” Closely related to the potential […] Read more »
December 18, 2019
 ‘TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE THE DEBATES, when all thru’ the house,Randi was stirring the Democratic candidates’ house.The strike signs were hung ‘ron the country with care,In hopes that Ms. Warren soon would be there.The union agitators were all snug in their red,While visions of new contracts danc’d in their heads.And Bernie in his kerchief, and […] Read more »
December 10, 2019
TIS THE SEASON TO BE (JOLLY) HEARD  Like Shakespeare, we try not to repeat ourselves, but an event in 4 days is too important not to mention again. A reminder that the entire blob/aka industrial complex/aka cartel of anti-ed reform groups is uniting to interview the Democratic presidential candidates next Saturday, December 14th, in Pittsburgh, […] Read more »
December 5, 2019
SHARPEN YOUR (PENCILS) SWORDS. The entire blob/aka industrial complex/aka cartel of anti-ed reform groups is uniting to interview the Democratic presidential candidates next Saturday, December 14th, in Pittsburgh. It's a full day forum and will be broadcast live.  According to PennLive, “The organizing coalition for the Democratic candidates forum includes national groups such as the American Federation […] Read more »
November 26, 2019
 WE GATHER TOGETHER As the great hymn says, to ask for God’s blessings and also to give thanks.  Listing all we are thankful for would fill books. So as to not keep you from your preparations for the feast, here are just a couple of tidbits for which WE GIVE THANKS…FOR THE FREEDOM COALITION FOR […] Read more »
November 19, 2019
MUCH TO BE THANKFUL FOR Thanksgiving may officially be over a week away, but we find ourselves counting our blessings a bit early and we wanted to share our gratitude with you. PARENTS AND KIDS FIGHTING BACK. There may have been a chill in the air but the over 1,300 attendees at the  "Open Doors […] Read more »
November 12, 2019
FREEDOM ISN’T FREE.We offer this special Veterans “Day” edition of Newswire, because it shouldn’t just be about a day. The federal holiday was celebrated differently from place to place, but how many of the thousands of schools that were open took time to explore what Veteran’s Day is all about. It’s not too late, of […] Read more »