Shane Vander Hart: As schools expand their network connectivity and access to devices for students are they respecting parents who say no to additional screen time?
Denis Ahern, a retired educator who went by the pen name Denis Ian and was a frequent contributor at Truth in American Education, has passed away.
Denis Ian and Michelle Moore: Both national unions … the American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association … reaffirmed their commitment to radical activism.
Newly minted New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham ordered the state’s department of education to stop using PARCC.
A state appellate court ruled unanimously on Monday against the New Jersey Department of Education’s requirement that students pass two assessments before they graduate.
Denis Ian and Michelle Moore: Childhood is taking a beating … pounded by ill-intentioned adults who seem in a special hurry to disease it with a certain regimentation.
Shane Vander Hart: There are several reasons why Common Core opponents are taking up the fight against personalized learning, here are seven reasons I oppose it.
SecurityScorecard, a New York City-based IT security company, said that the education industry is the worst at cybersecurity compared to 17 major industries.
Rick Hess observes and parents who have attended feedback sessions can confirm: Education reformers don’t listen, especially to criticism.
“Original research is a pillar of any well-rounded education, and it points to a huge flaw in our education system that humanities research and writing are not more emphasized in high school.”