Support for charter schools and some other “school choice” initiatives has declined a bit, notably among black and Hispanic populations.
The US and the educational community are in a bitter struggle to decimate the public schools by turning them into profit-generating machines.
The political banter continues, as the drama escalates in Washington, Baltimore; meanwhile, life marches on for students and Americans.
Donald Trump has proposed a federal budget that will drastically cut scientific research, education, and environmental protection.
A new Japanese animé film reminds me of the whole voucher-privatization debate for public schools: an identity crisis.
Another voucher bill goes down in the state legislature, this time in Oklahoma. Yeeow! Aye-yip-aye-yo-ee-ay! Yeeow!
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.