Pearson better watch out It better not cry Don’t even pout I’m telling you why Santa ain’t coming to your town. — Alan Singer, “Even
“DC is being used as an experimental model for something that is failing elsewhere,” says Gordon Lafer, associate professor at the University of Oregon’s Labor
Rocketship Education (RSED.org) is taking steps toward a $23 million development in the Southeast sector of Washington, DC: We’re incredibly excited about the facility for
Do Laws Apply to Charter Schools? — K12 Responds to Criticism These news briefs appear on the October 10 edition of The Education Town Hall.
On March 1, DC’s Public Charter School Board accepted nine applications for new schools. Each of the applicants planning to serve a traditional school-age population
National Educational Technology Standards (“NETS”) are the creation of an organization which “strongly believes that corporations are major stakeholders in education.” NETS — under review