College students, in a survey, claim they go hungry and are too poor to afford food. But is it the taxpayers’ responsibility to pay for college students’ food?
From the Carolina Journal: “NEA researchers estimate that the United States will spend just under $675 billon on public education this school year. To put that figure in perspective, public school spending alone is roughly equal to the gross domestic product of Switzerland, the 20th-largest economy in the world.”
Government mandates are not looked upon in a good light in America, and Common Core is one manifestation of such animosity between citizen and government: The California Alliance of Researchers for Equity in Education (CAREE), which…
For-profit colleges now have more rules to follow, related to debt forgiveness.
Charter schools are becoming a huge piece of the market in some of America’s most troubled cities.
Homeschooling is on the rise, but one professor isn’t convinced.
Fairfax County Public Schools, a large county school system in northern Virginia, will make formal introductions of the new teaching that people are gender-fluid (meaning no one is 100% male or female, boy or girl)….
Sounds very punitive, California legislature
The National School Boards Association (NSBA) came up with a list of the top ten things that make public schools exceptional in 2016. See if you can spot any of these in a government school…
School boards have been vexing about their loss of authority over the schools they ostensibly govern. There is a solution to their problem, but it’s not necessarily one they want to hear. “The public must…