On September 01, 2014, Lyndsey Layton of the Washington Post officially introduced Peter Cunningham’s Education Post to the
Big Money Wins In L.A.: Billionaires’ Hand-Picked Candidate Nick Melvoin Spent 71 Percent Of The Money To Get 57 Percent Of The School Board Vote
Once Nick Melvoin joins the Los Angeles Unified School District board, he’s going to require all high school civics teachers
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Three recent stories about Charter Schools and the school deform movement should make readers ask, "Is this what they mean by school reform?"
Campbell Brown mistakenly said that 2/3 of American students were "below grade level." What the national test calls "proficiency" is equivalent to an A. No one expects the majority of students to score an A; if they did, we would call it grade inflation.
Government subsidies provided to these underpaid workers forms a funnel that transfers wealth to the stockholders of the
Edward Hejtmanek, environmentalist, radically peaceful small business owner and angry neighbor of South Fayetteville's new Walmart Neighborhood Market, wants you to prepare yourself and your town for the threat of a Walmart takeover by considering these 10 questions.
In 1990, 20 percent of all children in the US lived in poverty. What percent of the children in the US live in poverty today?
Political economist Gordon Lafer offers some "Bleak Friday" predictions about the corporate agenda for public education.
This year the day after Thanksgiving will be remembered not as the biggest shopping day of the year but as the day Americans took action to demand that Walmart, the country's largest employer, pay workers livable wages and play a part in improving our economy.