How has Common Core changed what teachers know and do? The Rand Corporation released a report that examines whether or not that is the case.
The takeaway of a study of six nations that spends more money per child than the U.S. on early childhood education is that we need a greater investment.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released a parents’ guide to the Every Student Succeeds Act which contains some useful information if you ignore the propaganda.
A high school teacher in Miami, FL had literature textbooks that she purchased carted away because they did not fit with the Florida Standards.
“An approach to education based on standards invariably results in checklists being brought out and omissions noted, rather than accomplishments cited.”
Shane Vander Hart asks Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, “Why are you afraid to ignore the floundering group think mentality that currently exists?”
Outgoing California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would allow school districts to substitute Smarter Balanced with ACT or SAT.
Students at Brown University in Providence, RI get free coffee from a local coffee shop, but only by giving personal data.
The $71.5 billion budget for the U.S. Department of Education for Fiscal Year 2019, not accounting for inflation, is the largest amount ever appropriated for that department.
Shane Vander Hart: Bill Gates’ education reforms are not working here so of course the thing to do is export them.