Denis Ian: It’s all too clear that there are some schools that think they must save your children … from you. Yes, you.
How will the digital age impact the reading habits of young students? Probably in more ways than we realize.
U.S. Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) released a statement critical of the proposed merger of the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Labor.
Karen Effrem provides a Common Core/FedEd/High Stakes Testing/Preschool comparison of the Florida gubernatorial primary for both parties.
Jane Robbins: Individuals should be free to accomplish their own dreams by virtue of their unique characteristics. Impersonal algorithms should not block that chance.
Sandra Stotsky: So why have magnet schools and technical schools been so ignored by the research on school choice and by educators still seeking to address the Coleman report?
Norfolk Public Schools in Virginia illegally posted dozens of students’ private health information online, as part of the district’s crisis plans The Virginian Pilot reports.
An Educational Psychology study showed that dividing attention in the classroom through the use of electronic devices reduced student exam performance.
The New Jersey Legislative leaders unveiled a plan that would eliminate hundreds of school districts which will erode local control of public education.
One of the reasons why Governor Mary Fallin, a Republican governor in a red state, is so unpopular was her tepid response to efforts to repeal Common Core.