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The Step Up for Students employees who write for their redefinED blog usually don’t take quotes out of context to engage in political hackery, but they have now. Lets track the anatomy of a social media hit. At 630 AM this … Continue reading
“Jonathan Hage: Please call your office.” Writing in Tamarac Talk, Sharon Aron Baron explains: Each year hundreds of parents enter their children’s names into lotteries and wait lists in hopes that their children will be one of the lucky few … Continue reading
Just over two weeks ago, Mavericks Charter School president Frank Biden was talking smack to charter school opponents that “we are going to take you down.” While the rogue brother of the vice president was proposing to “look his enemies … Continue reading
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt released a statement last week intended to attract investors by touting how much business they were going to be getting with their Common Core products. This Business Week story focused on what Broward Schools in Florida had … Continue reading
Pines City Manager Charlie Dodge sprung the deal at the last minute. From CBSMiami: The question of whether to privatize the city run charter schools followed contract disputes between the Broward Teachers Union and city leaders who said the city … Continue reading
From Scott Travis in the Sun-Sentinel: Broward County school leaders are speaking out against what they see as a nasty four-letter word: FCAT The School Board unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday opposing standardized testing as the primary means for evaluating … Continue reading
unprecedented education cuts by Florida legislatures have prompted Marion County School Board to vote for a four-day week. While students in many parts of the world attend school for up to six days a week, students in Marion County, Florida, … Continue reading
On their Facebook page this morning, the Republican Party of Florida applied this spin to Rick Scott’s first six months in office: Gov. Scott is following the steps of economic success stories who were able to reduce government waste, empower … Continue reading