‘Britain’s strictest school’ for the underprivileged, where discipline and order sparked controversy, just got its first major results, which are four times better than the national average.
Despite fierce opposition from teachers unions, the GOP legislature makes a small first step toward allowing parents and children to have more control over their futures.
The court is now poised to settle one of the most pressing issues in American education and issue perhaps the most important education-related ruling since Brown v. Board of Education.
Empowering parents to select children’s schools would help with desegregation while improving the quality of American education in the process.
The increasingly left-wing tilt in public schools just might fuel a whole new demand for school choice among parents who are sick of political correctness and indoctrination.
This rejection of state autonomy does not help convince that Washington is prepared to ‘empower states to lead the way,’ or that the Trump administration really supports school choice.
Both liberals and conservatives work from the simplistic assumption that teachers are mediocre professionals, bad at their jobs. This is the wrong approach.
When parents’ wishes and values are being violated by gender insanity-obsessed school districts, they should be free to take their children elsewhere.
Any Republican who proposes expanding rather than ending the federal government’s power over education is whistling past the graveyard federalization has made of American education.
Teachers’ unions use children as bargaining chips, intimidating legislatures into giving them endless political power. So what do parents and teachers think of them when they can be honest?
The Trump administration now wants to take a successful conservative idea—school choice—and make it susceptible to getting strangled in federal red tape.
Teachers’ unions and city officials are giving this charter school in New Bedford, Massachusetts, a hard time despite the fact that children are thriving.
Bad oversight, data quality, and evaluation methodologies have plagued the department since its creation in 1867. We still don’t know what we’re getting for billions in dollars spent, besides meddlesome federal mandates.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Joy Pullmann interviews educators about the nexus between education and freedom.
Critics claim that teaching biblical literacy in public school is a violation of the separation of church and state. Not even close.
Women are vastly less likely to end up in the workplace than society teaches them to expect when they are, say, considering college decisions.
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