On December 1, a federal audit of California’s classification system for migrant students revealed that 74 percent of those identified as migrants were actually stationary, and hence did not qualify for special federal funding.
Monthly Archives For December 2006
Catholic League president Bill Donohue discusses the way Christmas is being celebrated on college campuses this year.
ACLU types in public schools must have run out of eathly targets. Now they have their sights on Santa.
Talk of high property taxes and fraud in the administration probably cause you to think of issues on Capitol Hill. Well, not in this case. These are two major problems facing suburban school systems nationwide.
Members of the University of
Rhode Island College Republicans are sending
Christmas Cards to the ACLU.
Could the progress in No Child Left Behind come from private tutors? Why not cut out the middleman?
The University of California, the state’s premier public institution of higher education, also functions as a real-estate loan firm, but only for select clients.
NCLB is the vehicle by which the United States is complying with two UN sponsored international education agreements.
Massachusetts and California have scrapped their bilingual education programs while in the state that President Bush governed not so long ago school officials cling tenaciously to their two-languages-for-the-price-of-one policy.
If anyone ever doubted that academia is full of leftists or Democrats the latest report from the Center for Responsive Politics covering the 2005-2006 election cycle should put all arguments on the matter to rest.