Traditional North Carolina public schools will open their doors next week under mounting pressure to perform.
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Thanks to the actions of U.S. government officials, we will soon get a chance to discover whether ignorance really is bliss.
Recent data underscore what American taxpayers know all too well: at virtually every level – federal, state, and local – education expenditures are skyrocketing.
It’s common consensus in the business world that mixing high expectations with low control is a recipe for toxic job stress. Is the federal education law No Child Left Behind (NCLB) having the same effect on the education “industry’s” workforce?
While shrinking class size can be a good thing (after all, what parent wants their child in larger classes with fewer teachers?), research suggests it’s no quick fix for struggling schools.
While public school students may start next year with more educational options, they may also be pushed to grow up a little too fast
Around the country, school boards are increasingly getting the boot, with officials calling instead on big-city mayors to lead struggling school systems.
Educrats are trying to make compulsory education even more mandatory in the tar heel state.
Pumping up attendance in advanced courses and doling out high marks can’t buy kids a passing grade on a standardized test.
Just how much is a teacher worth?