A way out of private education woes
What do charter schools mean for private schools and private school choice?
Online learning at least not terrible, says study
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. The first high-quality study of online education in a K–12 setting finds Florida high school students taking algebra or English 1 online performed as well on state math and reading tests as students taking | Read More »
The more they know, the less they like Common Core
This year shows a sharp change on Common Core national education mandates.
Video: Schools have become data vacuums
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. The biggest proponents of Big Data in education believe collecting the most intimate details about your child and family will help them engineer society, Jane Robbins says in this interview with the Daily Caller’s Ginni | Read More »
Oh, now unions hate Common Core
Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Homeschoolers more politically tolerant, study finds
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. A new study of university students finds those who were homeschooled in K-12 are more likely to be politically tolerant than their private- or public-schooled counterparts. Researcher Albert Cheng found little difference between the | Read More »
Bureaucrats try to quash Common Core test opt-outs
Forcing kids to test.
Indiana’s attempt to replace Common Core under fire
Gov. Mike Pence and his staff are delaying the rewrite process.
Poll: What Americans want in education policy
Smaller class sizes, increasing technology, and accountability.
Feds spend millions to promote Common Core
Professional communications teams!
Obama Administration targets private schools
Private schools offer no safe place to tuck children as long as the federal government persists in overstepping the bounds of law
Common Core’s Big Mistake: Messing with Moms
Common Core will “finally shine a harsh light on the quality of suburban schools, shocking those families and voters into action.”
Washington’s preschool push ignores the real problem
The real problem is the breakdown of family and school incompetence.