the discussion we must have is both about testing for our children's understanding and understanding our children's tests.
States are poised to follow Washington’s lead and dramatically affect the early learning landscape.
This week, January 25 to 31, is National School Choice Week.
American students need help. Not political posturing.
Given that low-income households often don’t have the luxury of professional tax preparation, the tax system might be a particularly brutal delivery mechanism for them.
Wealth has never been so concentrated as today with 1 percent holding 43 percent of the wealth in U.S.
Over 60 percent of higher education institutions are on an “unsustainable financial path” or at financial risk.
Without ESEA, poor schools would get even poorer, and poor students would fall further behind.
The U.S. falling behind other developed countries represents a much greater cost than the investment required today for our nation to maintain a competitive workforce tomorrow.
Many graduates spend years trying to pay off loans and end up working in careers that have little to do with their degree.