Some say school choice programs cherry pick the best students, but is that true? Let’s take a look at the data.
Some say there are no failing public schools. They need to look at the data.
Some say that families have enough choices regarding their children’s schooling. But isn’t that for families to decide? Let’s bust some school choice myths.
Do hospitals equal health? Are farms the same as food? Are cars the same as transportation? Each are connected, but you could get the results another way.
The results from the U.S. Department of Education’s 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress are in, and they are ugly.
Administrators had hoped new regulations would encourage children to eat vegetables at school. Instead they’ve created a black market: for condiments.