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2 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
An effort by conservatives to dramatically restructure Alaska's educational system through a constitutional amendment collapsed Wednesday when key Republican senators said they didn't have the votes.
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12 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
Conservatives remain deeply skeptical of the Common Core education standards. But one right-of-center think tank is working to change that-and it's policy director says higher education standards are something conservative grassroots should demand, not oppose.
18 hrs ago | Examiner.com
A friend who I had not spoken to in over a decade contacted me to say that she sends a couple of her children to the St. Peter School and thought that I would enjoy paying a visit.
Shelby County teachers and at least one student went to the state capitol Tuesday to fight for issues they believe are crucial to education in the Mid-South.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
Following the rally about 30 of the protesters delivered a letter expressing their concerns to the office of Republican Gov. Bill Haslam.
Eight groups have submitted applications to open new D.C. charter schools in fall 2015, according to the D.C. Public Charter School Board, which is responsible for vetting proposals and deciding which merit approval.
Occasionally, you hear people oppose school vouchers because they think it will lead to private schools losing their autonomy due to the strings attached.
Florida's legislative leaders are eager to amp up the state's school-voucher program, which gives tax credits to businesses that fund disadvantaged children's scholarships to private schools.
I had the opportunity to meet the 41st president, George H. W. Bush, and the Bush family in 1992 when I was asked to be one of the co-chairs of his re-election campaign for the state of Colorado.
Common Core will dominate the K-12 education debate during the 2014 legislative session, with school vouchers, charter schools and teacher tenure also playing a prominent role.
Two speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference this week likened Attorney General Eric Holder to segregationist Alabama Gov. George Wallace.
It takes a special kind of stupid to invite Ralph Reed, that Ralph Reed, the Ralph Reed of the Abramoff scandal, to your conference to talk to you about the latest thing he's pitching.
The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education met in Baton Rouge on Thursday, March 6, 2014.