It is the end of No Child Left Behind and the “one-size-fits-all” approach to education.
Justice Scalia actually said that African Americans might benefit from going to a less-advanced, slower-track school.
Some, like Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, think a teachers’ pay should be directly linked to how students perform on standardized tests. Do you agree?
As the number of youth incarcerated decline, the massive amount of money being saved should be reinvested into the very communities that have had the high percentage of juvenile delinquency, which of course are the same communities with high rates of poverty and high school dropouts.
Education Management Corporation is required to forgive more than $102.8 million in outstanding loan debt.
The conventional wisdom supporting the market competition of charter schools is being questioned, this time from the most unlikely source – presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
A sense of exceptionalism drives our foreign policy, and distances the ‘takers’ in the 1% from the more social-minded and once-thriving middle class. Will political revolution envisioned by Bernie Sanders restore that social-mindedness?
On November 12th thousands of students from hundreds of colleges marched in support of eliminating student debt, tuition-free public college, and a $15 an hour minimum wage.