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December 1, 2011
The Center For Education Reform (CER) report, The Garden State’s Missed Opportunity, uncovers evidence of New Jersey’s flawed charter school authorization process. Read CER's statement on why the findings make a strong case for multiple charter authorizers. Read more »
November 9, 2011
After months of deliberating on how best to improve educational opportunities for Pennsylvania the Senate passed the SB 1, and the bill awaits a hearing in the House Education Committee. Voice your support for ed reform now! The proposal builds on work begun earlier this year in the legislature and represents unprecedented unity among the […] Read more »
February 11, 2011
Are great schools made ON PURPOSE? Samuel Casey Carter seems to think so in his new book, On Purpose: How Great School Cultures Form Strong Character. On Purpose introduces readers to the teachers and school leaders who will stop at nothing to see the lives of their children changed for the better,and the children whose […] Read more »
August 25, 2009
As students all over the country head back to school this year, what is their likelihood of succeeding? A quick look at four recent indicators of school success - and attitudes surrounding it - are cause for concern. Read more »