Any truce in New York’s education wars will likely be short lived.
Whether charter are for-profit or nonprofit, there will still be ample opportunity for profiteers to take advantage of the public treasure and trust.
Scholar Bruce Baker explains why the New Orleans “miracle” is not quite what the market-based reformers make it seem.
In this Washington Post Answer Sheet piece NPE Executive Director Carol Burris looks at the real story behind New Orleans school reforms.
The Arkansas Times investigates Arkansas’s rankings in NPE’s Grading the States, A Report Card on our Nation’s Public Schools.
NPE Communication’s Director Darcie Cimarusti writes about the privatization forces at work in Indianapolis for the Answer Sheet.
Unions give teachers a voice to advocate for more funding for schools and better working conditions. This provides great benefit for students.
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David Safier writes for Arizona Weekly about NPE’s Grading the States, A Report Card on our Nation’s Commitment to Public Schools.
Read Valerie Strauss’ analysis of NPE’s Grading the States, a A Report Card on our Nation’s Commitment to Public Schools.