On the campaign trail this week, President Obama and Mitt Romney gave television interviews focused on education. They discussed their policy differences and ideas.
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Why is the education community so fearful of increased parental involvement? Isn't that what we say we want? The answer lies somewhere at the intersection of power and control.
Summer is not the time to take a break from school involvement. If parents are shy about contacting district officials, they can always get in touch with their parent organization leaders.
No education reform measure evokes as much rabid and intense opposition as does private school choice. Is public school system preservation really more important than properly educating as many children possible?
BOISE, Idaho -- Parents across Idaho will now play a role in whether or not their child's teacher gets a raise.
Teacher bonuses in more than two doze...
Ramon Gonzalez and his faculty at MS223 have managed to take time from test prep for reading and math to build in exchange for a quality arts program,...
The simplicity underscoring much of the present debate belies just how complicated schools can be. The fact of the matter is that educating children is hard, complex, and long-term.
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