On July 28, BATs from 30 states and the District descended on the Department of Education to demand changes in direction from the DOE and
This is proving to be an interesting week in education across the U.S. On Tuesday, the American Institutes for Research, a DC-based nonpartisan, non-profit organization,
Activists from Albuquerque, Chicago, and Washington DC joined the Education Town Hall to discuss developments in the effort to take back public education. Guests were
Last year, four families at Brooklyn New School opted out of standardized testing. This year 225 of the school’s 306 students had opted out as
Around the country, March and April are testing season, meaning that students in high school, elementary school, and even kindergarten and pre-school face hours —
A reading coach in Orange County, Florida has been keeping track of how often students are pulled out of English class for district- and state-wide-testing.