Comments for the Civil Rights Data Collection at the US Dept of Education are now closed. Let’s see what the dept does with the massive data collection effort.
A few remarkable studies show that students in 3 states who receive vouchers do worse than their voucher-eligible peers who remain in public schools.
Schools in Orlando appear to be gaming the system in order to keep letter grades for the high schools high, even though students aren’t being served.
The Trump administration might issue a new transgender bathroom directive for schools. Trans advocates are upset; conservatives are happy.
Violence distracts our national focus away from more important matters, like a bill now in the US House that will voucher-ize the nation’s schools.
Bigger results now coming in show that online or virtual charter schools do not provide an effective education for students, here in Ohio.
Lincoln’s Birthday this year brought a mix of unusual celebrations and preparedness action for a possible flooding disaster in California.
Bumper sticker-length slogans, even those that promote equality and diversity, don’t belong in an institution of learning, like a high school in Arlington, Va.
Betsy DeVos is the next US education secretary, following a close confirmation vote in the US Senate this afternoon.
A charter school network is under scrutiny in the L.A. USD and the FBI, based on possible fraud and mismanagement of funds that were meant for schoolchildren.