David Long, California’s Secretary of Education, resigned on August 10, the fourth such Secretary to resign in the past five years. California should take this opportunity to eliminate this position, which Mr. Long’s brief 18-month tenure confirms to be redundant.
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History is something to be studied, not created after the fact. The push is on to portray CPUSA members as misunderstood but essentially noble idealists, persecuted by evil capitalist America.
The University of California is more ethnically obsessed than it was in 1996, when Californians voters passed Proposition 209, the law that bars the use of racial quotas in state education, employment and contracting.
Last week the capital was abuzz over Getting Down to Facts, the massive series of privately-funded education reports coordinated through Stanford University. The responses to these reports missed some key realities.
Berkeley gets another chance to rev up the Class Struggle, at taxpayer expense.
California employs people to expose waste and fraud but, unfortunately, agencies such as the California Department of Education (CDE) sometimes prefer to fire and demote these workers rather than heed their warnings.
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.
Education is a state, not a federal, issue. State schools teach history, and 9/11 is part of history. How are California educators handling this demanding task?
State-funded preschool in California is on the ballot for June, partly because of Hollywood director Rob Reiner’s unethical behavior.
New evidence shows continued decline in reading proficiency of college graduates, and the levels were already low according to a federal study.