And more reminiscent of The Wizard of Oz than the three Rs or even John Dewey.
Topic: graduation rates
At least one positive education statistic did go up during the Obama years.
Being MIA in a D. C. school is nothing new. Going on to college with that record is, well, a record, particularly when it occurs in record numbers.
The deputy chancellor and professor of psychological and brain sciences at University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Robert Feldman, did not leave much to the imagination of what the root problem of higher education is today: poor and…
Who is the top private/non-profit college in this category? Bethel University in Minnesota. Check out the rest of the Top 25 list here. Photo by Devin Westhause Photo by Devin Westhause
Sounds like a good idea, right?
Not an earth-shattering revelation, but frustrating. How is there no accountability?!
Waiting lists are one sign of the desirability of school choice. Graduation rates are another, and they seem to rise in tandem. In Washington, D.C., the “waiting list for students in the DC area for…