Katy just wants to teach and help the students who she saw making real progress before the education cuts. – PA Gov. Tom Wolf
This week we talk about the misuse of standardized testing in Maine, Pennsylvania and Washington, and the decision in Massachusetts not to advance new charter schools.
Britt Mickley gives lawmakers contemplating federal charter school program important takeaways for giving students a quality education.
Education activists need to be ready to spot red flags that spell trouble for public education
Outgoing PA Governor Tom Corbett’s desperate effort to privatize public education inches dangerously close to reality
Check out some recent reader stories about student loan debt.
The outcome of outgoing Gov. Tom Corbett’s last attempt to privatize public education in the city could come by Christmas Eve.
This week: MT’s MSU Bozeman graduate assistants ratify their first contract, IL pensions, MI charter oversight and a call for fair education funding in PA.
Placing York school district in receivership may give Governor Corbett-appointee another shot at turning city schools over to private charter companies.
This week we talk about special education concerns in MI, a PA board member elected president of a national teacher pension group, charter waivers in MA, and the master’s degree requirement decision in CT being delayed.