Are school closings, poor treatment of teachers, hyper-focus on high-stakes testing and other “education calamities” destroying what you once loved about school? Bess Altwerger, professor
“In the U.S. it is common to say ‘I can’t even balance my checkbook’ and that’s considered acceptable,” says Jennifer McCray, director of the Erikson
Teachers’ Voice in DCPS Elizabeth Davis, candidate for president of the Washington Teachers Union, will also join The Education Town Hall to continue the discussion
This past week saw a highly anticipated, digitally-enhanced release costing hundreds of millions to develop and expected to involve many millions in revenues. Forget Star
The American Educational Research Association just completed its 94th annual conference yesterday. But a protest tagged #ReclaimAERA is expected to continue.
Virtual charter schools — schools which provide education entirely or primarily on-line — are facing increasing challenges around the country. Listen to this story and