Thursday, August 13, 2015

The House and Senate have agreed on a continuing resolution that gives them until August 31, 2015 to pass the budget bill. Here is an article about the impact on schools and teacher assistants.

  • Why the New ESEA Won’t Embrace “Tight As To Results, Loose On How To Achieve Them”

    EducationNext | 08/13/2015

  • John Locke: An Education Progressive Ahead of His Time?

    Education Week | 08/05/2015

  • What’s behind the Deep South’s low high school graduation rates?

    The Hechinger Report | 08/12/2015

  • 20% of New York State Students Opted Out of Standardized Tests This Year

    The New York Times | 08/12/2015

  • Report recommends rating system to measure charter schools’ financial health

    The Washington Post | 08/12/2015

  • Why financial aid might make college more expensive

    Vox | 08/12/2015

  • 5 Big Ideas That Don't Work In Education

    nprEd | 08/13/2015

  • When Knowledge Is Unforgettable

    The Atlantic | 08/12/2015

  • Three Things to Know about Bobby Jindal’s Platform

    The 74 Million | 08/12/2015

  • Teach For America Sees Another Big Drop In Accepted Corps Members

    The Huffington Post | 08/11/2015

  • State bonds for local schools wouldn’t dent CMS needs

    The Charlotte Observer | 08/13/2015

  • NO CHOICE: Board cuts 16 teaching assistant positions amid funding mess

    Washington Daily News | 08/11/2015

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