Montana is following the trend of decreased statehouse reporting as as two well-known reporters of state government and politics are leaving.Read More →
By Paul Brennan | Watchdog.org
A Philadelphia school leader used one word to describe the claim that charter schools are promoting racial segregation, and a Milwaukee educator had one word to explain why she came out of retirement to teach at a new charter school.
Watchdog.org expounds on both words, along with plenty more on the most interesting […]
Given Gov. Steve Bullock’s veto record this legislative session, his passage of civil asset forfeiture was a welcomed surprise among property rights and privacy advocates.Read More →
Obamacare supporters in Montana had fallen short in their efforts to expand Medicaid — and then Ohio Gov. John Kasich came to town.Read More →
Montana’s largest newspaper labels Gov. Steve Bullock a “winner,” glossing over his veto of a bill giving special needs students Education Savings Accounts.Read More →
By Paul Brennan
How many states consider competence when deciding which teachers to lay off? What common, inoffensive slang term caused school officials to call the cops on a student asking a girl to prom?
Watchdog.org has the answers, along with plenty of other interesting and important stories from this week’s education news.
Should competence count?
Falling birthrates […]