Do Laws Apply to Charter Schools? — K12 Responds to Criticism These news briefs appear on the October 10 edition of The Education Town Hall.
Education Town Hall News Briefs: Education Sector “Run Amok”? — #Shutdown at DOE — Options PCS Faces Lawsuit Full recording of today’s Education Town Hall
Education Town Hall News Notes: Child Poverty and Education Education Enriches Corporations Corporations Lobby for Common Core Fairfax (VA) Suspensions Drop
In This Week’s Education Town Hall News: “Shadow” Accountability? U.S. DOE grants the first county-level NCLB waivers Badass Teachers join the protest Testing giant Pearson
More from this week’s show and June 27 edition of the Education Town Hall On Tuesday, U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan chastised education journalists for
Two separate proposals were offered by District of Columbia officials this past week to put public tax money into private hands, waive the District’s own