The ongoing debate about the constitutionality of the health care legislation the President signed into law and its long-term ramifications continues to ramp up discussions on the Internet and in print.
Educate for a Better Economy
“The unemployment rate is 10 percent but businesses are struggling to fill 2.6 million jobs because applicants lack required skills” observed a December 12th Politico article.
Wash U Targets Conservative Students
Washington University in St. Louis is charging conservative students over $800 for vandalism they did not commit.
“I’m as happy to be here as Roman Polanski at a Hannah Montana concert” began Jonah Goldberg at Accuracy in Media’s 40th Anniversary Conference on October 23rd.
Tossing $$ Around to “Transform” Schools
At a time when schools often struggle for funding, sometimes private institutions step up to fill the perceived need for more money.
Teachers’ Unions v. Obama
It appears that teachers’ unions will oppose Obama as they once did Bush.
School secretary tapes kid?
Apparently a Denver elementary school secretary taped a student last week. And we’re not talking videotape, we’re taking duct tape.
Spreading the wealth, education-style
Underperforming schools have been closing in Chicago. The results are still open to discussion…
Schools fight drugs–with spirit days
No one can deny that drug use is a problem in schools today. And because drug use is so prevalent in schools, many schools have been trying to fight it.
Jewish schools called to trial
In London, people are beginning to ask: are Jewish schools racist?