Lately I’ve been experiencing a bout of nostalgia for simpler times. What happened to the good old days, filled with low expectations and mindless worksheets? I’m all for a robust education, but must we continually challenge the school community…right up until the very last day? 603 more words
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They do a terrible job of educating kids, especially the ones who need it most. 906 more words
Amid the uproar across Canada over student dress codes, school administrators came to the defence of such rules on Wednesday, saying they are not meant to stifle creativity or be sexist. 692 more words
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — With the location of a special session sorted, Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders zeroed in on a budget impasse Wednesday that touches several areas of state government but hinges mostly on the state’s public schools budget. 662 more words
Black freedom & opportunity in America has always required the very federal intervention the right wants to destroy
The continuing decline of public sector jobs at local, state, and federal levels is having an abysmal economic impact on African Americans, for whom steady, stable government employment opportunities have provided a sure path into the middle class. 1,389 more words
There’s a war going on between charter and public schools- Listen up!
By Bashir Akinyele
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Here are the reasons charter schools succeed over public schools.