Success Academy Schools have begun sending home “Parent Investment Cards” evaluating how well parents are meeting their responsibilities.
The Core Knowledge Foundation has released a free online social studies curriculum for grades 3 to 5.
The other week, I called out teachers unions for failing to “walk the walk”; I think the same admonition can be applied to education funders, big time.
States have been very active in passing laws about CTE. They now need to step up and support research that can help ensure these new initiatives are successful.
It might be the most common mistake in education writing today: declaring that a majority of public school students hail from “low income” families.
Jay Greene argues that supporters of arts education are making a mistake when they try to sell the idea of integrating arts education into the study of science, technology, engineering and math.
If the Court rules against agency fees it would cause teachers unions’ membership to shrink and the unions’ political and economic wings to be clipped.
The problem with Portfolio Management is the centralized and overly-active nature of a single quality-control entity.
New data from the Census Bureau show that the high school dropout rate among U.S. Hispanics has fallen to a new low, and that the reduction has come alongside a long-term increase in Hispanic college enrollment.
The 21st Century Charter School in Gary, Indiana is an example of a school that does “dual enrollment” right.
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