Individuals are quick to handicap news and recent happenings from a political perspective.
Tony didn’t need the hassle. He took on these fights because they were the right ones.
This inspired me to look into U.S. Census Bureau projections regarding trends in school age population. What I found ought to be recognized in debates over school policy in Florida.
Something tells me we’d laugh if we went to Rio in 2016 and the high jumpers were jumping over the original record height of 1.81 meters from the first modern Olympics in 1896.
The commitment to help every child learn is paying off. This year, New Mexico is proving what we know to be true: students, teachers and schools rise to the expectations set before them.
Conservatives have always been champions of high standards and American Exceptionalism.
Education reform is not a turn-key operation. You don’t pass legislation, congratulate yourself on a job well done, and walk away.
Our education system has stagnated for too long, holding on to the standards of an outdated economy.
As we enter the summer months, education leaders aren’t resting. Local districts are preparing for—and welcoming—more challenging academic standards for students.
All children deserve to have a system that sets them up for success in life. Americans support their education system at a globally high level but do not receive globally competitive results in return.