Lindalyn Kakadelis takes a sharp look at the recent Gallup poll over public school and school choice.
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Unfortunately, constant change in standardized testing poses a bit of a problem for those of us bogged down by an interest in accuracy.
Creating legislation is a messy job, especially state budgets.
Accountability is needed to prevent education costs from continuing to skyrocket.
Wherever we go, the message to us is clear: North Carolinians are ready for school choice.
The NCE is setting out to inform North Carolinians of the constitutionality and the merits of school choice.
Clearly, No Child Left Behind has caused schools to redouble their efforts to teach reading and math but at what cost?
The seven-year plan of the frat boys in the film classic Animal House has become the reality for two-thirds of American college students.
Accreditation processes that don’t produce better teachers aren’t cost efficient and they don’t help our students.
The boy crisis in education has arrived, with boys lagging behind girls in all subjects, over-represented in special education, and posting significantly lower graduation rates.