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Why teachers are working for f...

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A state budget impasse means the Chester Upland School District has run out of money. But the deeper question is what happens to...

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Practicing feminism: Sacrament...

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Online world is opening doors to more info on feminism, as well as harassment By Ashiah Scharaga – In classrooms across...

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State Asks Supreme Court to Dr...

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by Kiah Collier – “Money isn’t pixie dust” when it comes to improving public schools, lawyers for the state of Texas told the...

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Comptroller Declares Victory f...

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by Matthew Ladner – Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar took to the pages of the WSJ to declare The Saudis Gambled...

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Sons of Confederate Veterans d...

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‘All we wanted was two hours.’ The Stonewall Brigade of the Sons of Confederate Veterans has been denied access to Lee...

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Learning from a Little Princes...

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Devin Foley – When it comes to life lessons, classic children’s books have a special way of conveying truths and wisdom. They...

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Cameron launches wave of free ...

Sep 2, 2015 by

David Cameron is announcing the latest wave of free schools in England, as a step towards his manifesto pledge of 500 more over the...

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Is Education Worth It?

Sep 1, 2015 by

by David Robertson – Over and over and over again, we see the headlines: “Why a College Degree May Not Be Worth It”, “Higher...

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Support for Common Core slippi...

Sep 1, 2015 by

Bob Kellogg – Recent polls from Education Next and Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup show Common Core continues to lose favor among some...

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Paul Horton: On the Teaching o...

Sep 1, 2015 by

An Interview with Paul Horton: On the Teaching of History Michael F. Shaughnessy – 1) Paul, you recently posted a piece about...

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The Surprising Backers Behind ...

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By Doug Page – The world’s richest man, Bill Gates, also funds the world’s richest, private philanthropic organization, the...

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Rotten to the core: Big money ...

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By Jim Stergios – Each year, much is written and said about K-12 education when students head back to school. That will be...

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Down syndrome fight: Dad fight...

Sep 1, 2015 by

A New York father is taking on the local school district, filing a federal suit and planning a protest Wednesday night, because he...

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Pt. 2 – Wrong-Headed Lattice M...

Sep 1, 2015 by

“Pt. 2 – Wrong-Headed Lattice Multiplication Being Taught to Children” – by Nakonia Hayes   To read Pt. 1, please go...

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Wrong-Headed Lattice Multiplic...

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“Wrong-Headed Lattice Multiplication Being Taught to Children” From Donna Garner  9.1.15   I sent Nakonia Hayes, an experienced...

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Alan J. Singer: Problems in Fi...

Sep 1, 2015 by

An Interview with Alan J. Singer: Problems in Finland and with the P-Tech Education Miracle Michael F. Shaughnessy – 1)...

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Battle Won Over AP U.S. Histor...

Sep 1, 2015 by

There’s another way to approach American history. It is by using the preamble to the Constitution as a study guide. Stanley Kurtz...

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History, American Democracy, a...

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Wilfred M. McClay is the G.T. and Libby Blankenship Professor in the History of Liberty at the University of Oklahoma. He has also...

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What Passes for Scholarship Th...

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A response to Broken Widows critic Bernard Harcourt by William H. Sousa – For the better part of two decades, Columbia...

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Yet Another College Is Sued Ov...

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Lawsuit says expulsion was based due to faculty pressure, not facts Colgate University, a small liberal arts school in New York, has...

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