Lamar Alexander, Tennessee Republican, did have a point: Vanderbilt University spent almost $11,000 per student in compliance costs with Department of Education regulations.
Topic: Department of Education
Why is that? Because Arne Duncan’s children are enrolled in private schools, at least that’s what the College Fix reported. Outrageous that he pushes for these Common Core standards, but his own children do not…
Yeah, everything is political in the Obama administration. Rainbows for everyone, they say.
The numbers don’t look good at all. A $5 million retirement bonus to the founder and former chairman of the Apollo Group, which owns the University of Phoenix.
Obama had the plan to rate colleges, which riled administrators. Now, he’s abandoned those plans, which would have been very subjective to start with.
More and more, it seems that Title IX is being abused by the Department of Education and universities in light of the sexual assaults controversy.
Mackenzie Fraiser may be a sixth grader, but she knows more about her constitutional rights than Somerset Academy. The Las Vegas school took a big gamble when it told a 12-year-old girl to drop God…
A college administrator at Norwich University makes a good point: administration jobs at colleges are all about dealing with regulations and paperwork.
It seems like the $1.2 billion spent for America’s after school programs was a waste of money. At least that’s what Mark Dynarski concluded this month in an article for the Brookings Institute. Dynarski outlined…
When she served as chancellor of Washington, D.C.’s public schools, Michelle Rhee’s policies provoked scorn from Capital City teachers, to put it mildly. Long gone from the D.C. scene, Rhee’s approach is still benefitting D.C….