Archive | February, 2018

Fighting DeVos in Arizona

A word from the Network for Public Education: The Koch Brothers have staked their claim. The November Arizona referendum to stop the expansion of school privatization is their Ground Zero. Help SOS Arizona fight the Koch Brothers here. The Koch’s, through Americans for Prosperity, are pulling out all of the stops. They are joined in their […]

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Betsy’s “F”

The Alliance to Reclaim our Schools (AROS) is out with a Report Card for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Turns out, she’s not doing so well. In fact, they assign her a grade of “F.” Here’s more on why: To assess the Secretary’s leadership, we reviewed the U.S. Department of Education’s mission and purpose statements, and […]

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What’s Happening with K-12 in Kentucky?

The Prichard Blog has a new post raising concerns about some key programs that impact K-12 education: Budget recommendations so far offer few clues to the financial future of seven P-12 programs that target support to Kentucky students with distinctive needs: Extended school services programs that provide additional instructional time outside the regular school day for […]

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