Articles noticing parental dissent over several education trends does not mean parents did not speak out before instead they just went ignored.
J.R. Wilson: When will that system start listening to the parent voice? What will have to happen to get the system to listen and act based on the parent voice?
Press Release Little research evidence for, or objective, reliable way to measure SEL’s efficacy; raises significant concerns about student health and privacy BOSTON – Social-emotional learning (SEL) has been billed as a transformational tool that will propel students to greater academic achievement and personal fulfillment. Unfortunately, as a new Pioneer Institute study makes clear, the […]
The new mission statement for Truth in American Education expands our focus while providing guidance for how and what issues are addressed.
Spring assessments are right around the corner so parents who want to opt their kids out should start that process now. Here are five tips that will help you refuse the test
J.R. Wilson: There is a good chance social-emotional learning is already embedded in education programs across your state. Is it possible it is embedded in your state’s ESSA plan?
J.R. Wilson: The education system has changed so much so rapidly in the last fifteen to twenty years that it is anyone’s guess as to what will happen in the future. Here are a few of my guesses for 2018.
Sara Wood, a parent and education advocate in Louisiana, wrote an open letter to the Louisiana Senate Education Committee after they killed SB73.
This is the fourth part in a four-part NaughtyBots series about the #commoncore Project: How Social Media is Changing the Politics of Education.
This is the third part in a four-part NaughtyBots series about the #commoncore Project: How Social Media is Changing the Politics of Education.