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I was hopeful this morning when I began to read a column by Naomi Schaefer Riley titled How to Save More At-Risk Kids in the NYPost. In the often overly thick world of what educators refer to a pedagogy, “at-risk” broadly refers … Continue reading
From Brent Griffiths for POLITICO: After a period of public silence about the results of the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton’s top campaign lawyer said the campaign will play a role in the Wisconsin recount initiated Friday by Green Party candidate … Continue reading
From Chris Conley for WHBL: UNDATED (WSAU) – Documents calling for a recount of the presidential election vote in Wisconsin will be filed today by the campaign of Green Party nominee Jill Stein. Her campaign said yesterday it has raised … Continue reading
According to Rich McCormick in The Verge, she’s pocketed quite a bundle: Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein has received $2.5 million in donations to push for election recounts in three swing states — Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Stein, who … Continue reading
Brian Polet, board president of Eagle Crest Charter Academy in Holland, Michigan has resigned. Scathing Purple Musings has received permission to print his letter of resignation in its entirety: Dear Eagle Crest Charter Academy, National Heritage Academies, and Central Michigan University, … Continue reading
Another state with republican governors has a legislative body actively opposing Common Core Standards. Bob Kellogg on OneNewsNow has this from Michigan: The Michigan legislature has blocked implementing the controversial Common Core Standards until vigorous debate about those standards can … Continue reading
Through a tip from GRADEBOOK comes this story from Stateline.com that four more states have asked Arne Duncan for NCLB waivers: All told, during the past six months the department has received waiver requests from five states. In addition to … Continue reading
From the Detroit News: Once touted as a solution to Detroit’s public school woes, charter high schools are often doing just about as poorly — and in many cases worse — at educating students and getting them ready for college, … Continue reading