Canada’s decentralized approach to K-12 education is a lesson for the U.S.
Common Core excludes the world’s great satires from its list of so-called “exemplar texts.”
Each of us has a responsibility to help make sure the next generation knows who we are.
Is federal money worth the loss of your academic freedom?
Once K–12 education is back at the state level, we need as few as one state successfully privatizing to help the other states see their way toward education freedom.
If the courts rule against school choice, parents may lose the freedom they have recently gained: to choose an education option that best fits their children’s needs.
Essex Elementary teachers can put down the red pens and their students can jump for joy
Recess—Something So Loved, Only Bureaucrats Could Kill It
America’s government-run school systems are failing to provide a quality education for too many of this nation’s children.
Parents have allowed state and federal bureaucrats to wield far too much control over their children.
‘Public schools cannot discriminate against Christian viewpoints’
Here as elsewhere, diversity is a thin word — whereas the thick reality of intolerance is something very different.
Students Deserve More March Ends Badly
Mother of student called practice ‘demeaning’ and ‘kind of creepy’
‘We’re going to be the majority soon’
I didn’t want leave without pay. I didn’t want leave with pay. I just wanted to leave.
‘This fight is just beginning’
It’s time for Hillary Clinton — and others — to take a new approach.