From Pennsylvania, where a judge ruled in favor of ghost teachers, to Louisiana, where a new quota may cause problems for charter schools, it’s been an interesting week in education news.Read More →
Ashalah Taylor says there’s something she wants to do now that summer school is over.
“Sleep,” said Taylor, who just finished four weeks of teaching sixth graders at Atonement Lutheran School.Read More →
From Washington D.C., where trying to sneak their kids into a better school can land parents in jail, to Milwaukee, where the Justice Department is stonewalling a U.S. senator, it’s been an interesting week in education news.Read More →
No results, no explanation and no end in sight.
That sums up the U.S. Department of Justice’s investigation into whether the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.Read More →
Ashalah Taylor didn’t play go-fish or other card games while a student here. But since she started teaching, about three weeks ago, she has seen value in the games.Read More →
From Pennsylvania, where some school districts have missed out on more than $1 billion, to California, where a new course is costing millions, it’s been an interesting week in education news.Read More →