North Carolina politicians are not helping children see by requiring additional eye exams, they are thanking their supporters in the ocular industry.
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The great test scores that you have been hearing about may not be as impressive as the educational establishment wants you to think they are.
Is bigger always better? When it comes to school districts, the answer is an emphatic “no.”
As many of you will undoubtedly be celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends tomorrow, I encourage you to reflect on the origins of this celebration.
What happens when public views are distorted by a steady barrage of misinformation and half-truths?
Did American public schools make the grade? The answer is an unsatisfying “not really.”
School bonds have become the sacred cows of referendums: Why would anyone vote to deny a child the right to attend a shiny new school?
Some public officials forget that the wall of separation between church and state is meant to protect the former from the latter.
week, President Bush announced a massive
Persistent achievement gaps between white and black students are a cause for great concern, not complacency.