Dr. Steve Perry has difficulty learning the difference between attacking policy and attacking people. Perhaps he shouldn't be education reform's face of success?
Bobby Jindal thinks all we have to do is let billionaires profit from our public education system and we'll all prosper.
It's buyer beware in the Wild West market of charter and voucher schools. One Milwaukee charter graduate almost needed a GED to attend a local college. They said her diploma was worthless.
Finnish president Sauli Niinisto is calling for a moratorium on Americans touring his schools...because we're just not learning
Ken Cuccinelli's bid for governor includes the usual right wing plan to gut public education, but he should be careful what he wishes for.
Despite protests and heartbreaking testimony from parents, students and teachers, the Chicago Board of Education voted to close 50 elementary schools in some of Chicago's poorest neighborhoods.
In Atlanta, the superintendent and teachers allegedly cheated on high-stakes standardized tests in order to keep their schools open and funded. Can't we do better than this?
CTU President Karen Lewis says Rahm Emanuel has declared war on Chicago's urban schoolchildren in order to enable corporate reformers.
Netflix's terrific new series, House of Cards, features a legislative battle over education reform as envisioned by Reed Hastings, Netflix CEO.
Despite the millions spent to defeat Steve Zimmer, he was re-elected Tuesday. It seems locals don't care for outside money very much.