On February 12th, the state of Utah cemented its place in the annals of history when Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr. signed the first-ever universal school choice bill into law.
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In the past eight days, legislative bodies in three states have passed choice legislation.
If you thought the reading wars were over, think again.
Last week, Charles Murray, author of the controversial 1994 book, The Bell Curve, opined on the pages of the Wall Street Journal on the topic of IQ and education.
Though fraught with tension, a performance-based compensation system makes good sense and creates all kinds of incentives to achieve. Such logic is lost on the education establishment, however.
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For education reformers, this year will bring a mix of the old and the new, as lawmakers bridge the gap between the lingering stalemates of 2006 and the policy innovations of 2007.
New survey results show American schools may use their academic freedom in order to fail in international rankings.
North Carolina’s public school problems may not be as local as you think.
Education funding already exceeds half a trillion dollars yet a broad array of groups wants more.