It starts this year in South Dakota and will provide tax credits to insurance companies who donate to the appropriate institutions for scholarships.
From the College Fix: Peter Hasson at The Daily Caller broke the bombshell, contained in “guidance” issued by the board Feb. 23 but never announced via press release. The public now has just three weeks to give…
It turns out that Common Core’s creators might be demonstrating the same ethos Cuba Gooding’s character demonstrated in the film Jerry Maguire when he said, “Show me the money.” “An undercover journalist for a nonprofit…
A great take by Jesse Saffron of the Pope Center on why non-tenured faculty is an innovative idea. Photo by AAUP
A great op-ed by Kristen Blair in the Carolina Journal on the new SAT test and how it’s dumbed down. Photo by USDAgov
There is good news and bad from the states on school choice, as compiled by the Heartland Institute in its School Reform News. First, the bad news: “A Minnesota family choosing to educate their child…
Cronyism from Hillary Clinton? Yes, but she wants an “education SWAT team” to impose federal mandates on America’s classrooms.
The Senate GOP appears to be ignoring the voice of the people, who don’t like Common Core. Photo by mike.cerrillo
Who is the top private/non-profit college in this category? Bethel University in Minnesota. Check out the rest of the Top 25 list here. Photo by Devin Westhause Photo by Devin Westhause
The University of Houston, University of Florida, and University of Dayton have the top three online education management degrees in the nation. See the rest of the Top 50 here. Photo by UHD Archives