Karen Effrem: The House Appropriations Committee took some very commendable action in with regard to the education budget in general and some important specifics.
The value of effective teaching assessments is being undercut by the problems created by an overbearing federal involvement defining teacher accountability.
Hillary Clinton has declared she is running for President. Clinton has a checked past with education reform, but her position on Common Core is uncertain.
By C.E. White This week, President Obama will be sworn into office as the 45th President of the United States of America. As a history teacher, I was elated to learn he would be placing his hand on two Bibles, one belonging to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the other belonging to President Abraham […]
According to Marc Tucker at EdWeek: Here is an interesting fact. The countries that are producing more people with higher skills in mathematics, science, engineering, technology and science don’t have STEM programs. When we do benchmarking research in those countries, we don’t hear their educators talking about STEM priorities. We don’t hear their industrial leaders […]