There are, to be sure, real issues facing America. But the present debate has caused lawmakers to lose focus and move away from actual solutions.
Vouchers are shown to be ineffective in yet another long-term study. When will we learn that taking funds away from public schools is a bad idea?
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.
The Trump administration seems ready to rescind a rules from the Obama administration that dictated which bathrooms transgender students should use.
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.
Sex ed in h.s. would include a “requirement” to teach affirmative consent as part of the curriculum if a Md. bill becomes law.
It’s possible that a momentary rally in the price of K12 Inc. stock was driven, in part, by the confirmation of Betsy DeVos as US secretary of education.
Students think a lot about the recent election; it’s heavy on their minds. Some, like one student in Broomfield, Colo., don’t like what they see so far.
Betsy DeVos is the next US education secretary, following a close confirmation vote in the US Senate this afternoon.
The Senate could vote to confirm Betsy DeVos as education secretary as early as Feb. 7. Here’s what they will get.