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2011 (By Year)
What's driving the NEA's plans for 'quality'?
The National Education Association has announced plans to increase the quality of teaching, but some question the union's motives and whether the effort will actually produce meaningful results.
Door opened for charter school expansion
The governor of Michigan has signed a bill that will eventually remove the cap on the number of charter schools allowed in the state.
Objective: Accurate teaching of history
Activist Karen England urges Californians to start getting involved in an initiative that counters a harmful anti-family law.
Welcome back, abstinence ed
An advocate for abstinence education is pleased that funding for the federal government through the end of the 2012 fiscal year now includes the Sexual Risk Avoidance program.
Ontario's 'anti-bullying' measure 'will not stop here'
Religious leaders are fighting off Canada, Ontario's Liberal government as it refuses to back away from a proposed anti-bullying bill that would require schools to implement "gay" clubs to promote homosexual tolerance.
Administration 'pulling out all the tools' for NCLB
According to one research organization, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan's prediction that 82 percent of schools would fail to meet federal standards under No Child Left Behind is way off -- leading some to believe that he used the number as a scare tactic.
Costly proposal in California
A Republican activist says the head of the California Senate is introducing legislation that would place an additional fiscal burden on the shoulders of state taxpayers.
States making way for school choice
A religious freedom ballot issue that would allow parents to use school vouchers to send their children to public and private schools is slowly moving forward in Florida, while parents in Indiana are pleased with the results of a similar program.
Pro-Walker teacher's 'enormous courage'
A Wisconsin teacher who favors the governor's reform efforts is now being denounced and threatened by union leaders, but one pro-family advocate says the educator is just corroborating news reports.
Majority: Let schools celebrate Christmas
With a recent report revealing that almost 80 percent of Americans think public schools should celebrate Christmas, one family organization is pleased that the divided U.S. has something it can rally around.
Pledge isn't the same in Spanish
A Republican activist is siding with several California teachers who argue that the Pledge of Allegiance should always be recited in English.
Bar set low in public schools
While a majority of teachers surveyed believe math and reading skills are crowding out other subjects, U.S. students are behind in international science and engineering proficiency. Though something needs to change, one analyst says more federal involvement isn't the answer.
The dangers of consent decrees
In response to a consent decree that the Sumner County School Board has signed with the ACLU, a high-profile Christian lawyer says the liberal law firm is out to "criminalize Christianity."
NY college 'hostile' toward Christian group
Though New York's University at Buffalo has suspended its chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship to investigate alleged discrimination, one group officer says the ministry is thriving.
Federal aid the 'jet fuel' of growing college costs
A conservative education analyst says the Obama administration is doing just the opposite of what it will take to rein in the skyrocketing costs of higher education.
A return to honesty in school assessments?
An education analyst says states requesting waivers from No Child Left Behind may represent a return to honesty in school assessments.
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