A new Japanese animé film reminds me of the whole voucher-privatization debate for public schools: an identity crisis.
The state of IL, even after 22 months of impasse, still has no budget, and schools, struggling to make ends meet, drop services.
Vouchers, which send public money to private schools, are in for a battle, and some news commentators say a battle line has been drawn.
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?
Should Maryland increase the funding for vouchers that help public school students attend private schools or throw the program out?
Donald Trump delivered a speech before a joint session of Congress last night, denouncing bigotry, calling for school choice, and pleading for harmony.
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.
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.
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.