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 →
It’s OK for teachers to leave the classroom to work elsewhere —all the time drawing a school salary and benefits.Read More →
Two new policies in Louisiana are changing how charter schools educate students with special needs.Read More →
North Carolina families are celebrating a final victory in the battle over school choice. After a long legal battle and nearly two years of uncertainty, the N.C. Supreme Court ruled the state’s voucher program constitutional.Read More →
A candidate for Philadelphia City Council who has railed against money in politics received an excessive donation from the local teachers union, investigators have found.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 →