With primaries in full swing and the November elections drawing near, a seemingly unlikely constituency is being given an increasing amount of attention.
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A lawsuit filed by a former Clemson University advisor alleges that he was fired after raising questions over the school’s increased tuition.
Charles Enderlin’s The Lost Years: Radical Islam, Intifada, and Wars in the Middle East 2001-2006 comes as a fresh of breath air in these oft-polluted journalistic times.
Only 68 percent of 9th graders graduate high school on time, and of that number, a mere 40 percent enroll directly into college.
The dire state of teacher evaluations poses a serious problem to public school education. It is a problem that, Education Sector panelists stressed, is mostly being overlooked
Stern cites Massachusetts as a shining example of school reform, going so far as to say that “something close to an education miracle has occurred.”