On September 01, 2014, Lyndsey Layton of the Washington Post officially introduced Peter Cunningham’s Education Post to the
The New York Times has a lot of chutzpah. The Times, like most major newspapers in America, has been deeply complicit in
Three recent stories about Charter Schools and the school deform movement should make readers ask, "Is this what they mean by school reform?"
Well, it [contemporary art] reflects what is happening in our time. It stimulates creativity and thoughtful thinking. Your
Imagine a world where a poem was judged by the number of characters per line or the font in which it was published, or a violin concerto reviewed in terms of its precise conformance to metronomic beats or the posture of the violinist. This is what we are doing to education: Trying to measure beauty with a ruler.
There is no doubt that the institution of public schools is badly in need of repair, but the repair of our schools must be done by teachers, parents, students, and communities, democratically.
Other notable exhibitions featured are: "Days of Future Past" featuring the art of Mari Kim, "From the Streets to Canvas
The billionaire philanthropist addressed a rumor started by News Corp co-chairman Rupert Murdoch.
On Nov. 27, media mogul Rupert Murdoch used his Twitter account to say there was "strong word" that billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad and a group of local investors were poised to buy the Los Angeles Times.
The co-chairman of News Corp. said he had “strong word” the company was being sold to a group of Wall Street investors.
Rupert Murdoch, co-chairman of Wall Street Journal publisher News Corp, on Friday said he had "strong word" that the Tribune
EdPost has been in operation for just over a year, and it seems that Peter Cunningham can't seem to attract what he cannot purchase: Readers.