Teachers don’t like risk-taking, study finds
Students in a masters of teaching program avoided riskier choices at a significantly higher rate than law or graduate business students.
5 things to know about new charter school fraud report
The amount of fraudulent spending in districts remains an unknown figure.
The Department of Education can’t even count
The DOE doesn’t know for sure how many comments the public submitted to it nearly four months ago about the controversial “gainful employment” rule.
Cost of hiking wages: It’s not just hiring wage cops
There’s a cost to enforce it, too.
Boosting min. wage doesn’t mean more jobs
This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. Raising the minimum wages doesn’t necessarily equate to job growth, some economists say. Interestingly, though, Los Angeles activists partly relied on a conflicting theory in basing their plan to raise the minimum wage in that | Read More »
California doesn’t know how many multiple voters it has
California doesn’t have a statewide database.
Virginians with drug convictions regain voting rights
This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. PURCELLVILLE, Va. — People with prior drug convictions will regain the right to vote after Gov. Terry McAuliffe changed the rules on who is eligible to automatically get their voting rights back. Most drug-related offenses were | Read More »
GOP names their man in VA special election; AG recount casts its shadow
Republicans named their candidate in the special election for the Lt. Gov.-elect.
Obamacare advocates rally at empty offices
“We don’t need anybody there as long as we have press and social media and pictures and it will be in the newspaper.”
200 teens hit campaign trail
Reports have surfaced that Cuccinelli has shaken up his campaign strategy and staff.
Inmate one step closer to getting Virginia to pay $20k for her sex-change operation
A U.S. District Court Judge ruled that a pre-operative transexual is entitled to get evaluated by a gender identity specialist of her choice.