Conservative media took special care this week to bash teachers and their schools during a week dedicated to showing appreciation for teachers.
Vergara vs. California represents billionaires' efforts to win in court what they haven't won via the ballot box.
As teachers in Philadephia try to unionize within the charter school system, ASPIRA schools throw hundreds of thousands of dollars away on union-busting efforts instead of spending it on students.
Today, New York City released test scores for elementary and middle schools' performance during the 2011-2012 school year. In the past, this wouldn't be anything to write home about, much less write on this blog. But after ten years of No Child Left
S.E. Cupp Cites "Education Deformer" Michelle Rhee's Comments on Class Size To Defend Romney
My alternative title to this post would have been something like This is why education is not a business. Except that in this case, it's not merely business interfering with children's education. It's a cult masquerading as a religion; specifically,
I realize that the school choice folks are all for private schools and charter schools and the like. I also support school choice, but not in the same way. In my school choice realm, homeless moms who are looking for a way to have their kid get a
Kelley Williams-Bolar, the mom sentenced to jail for sending her children to an adjacent school district, is now out of jail, but her story is far from over. In the NPR interview above, she talks about why she sent her children where she did, and