When you fine tune the studies on Head Start, the program’s shortcomings only become more readily apparent.
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It’s an intriguing question, particularly given the interchangeability of the NEA and the DNC over the past several decades.
The May 16, 2018 walkout is being organized by the North Carolina Association of Educators.
The latest numbers from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) reveal some interesting dichotomies.
Although zero is the only universally acceptable number for violent incidents in schools, it should be noted that in North Carolina as in the nation as a whole, the number of violent incidences has actually gone down although not all the numbers are good .
Not many Republicans make it into academia but one who did, Margaret Spellings, who captained the Department of Education during the Bush Administration, has come to find it rewarding.
The University of North Carolina is taking a preventive approach to stop mass shootings.
U. S. Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-NC, is seeking to overhaul America’s cumbersome system of federal aid to education. She is one of the backers of the PROSPER Act now making its way through Congress. “College…
Last year, MIT proudly announced that it was building a solar energy plant in North Carolina that it claimed would benefit both the bay and “tar heel” states. More than half a year later, those…
The Carolina Journal, run by the John Locke Foundation, made an interesting point about the band members’ protests against police officer-involved shootings, per a quote by Robert Shibley, executive director at the Foundation for Individual…