If you have been reading our posts for some time, you know that we are huge supporters of innovation in higher education.
This week, we recognize ‘National School Choice Week.’ Celebrating the opportunity for parents to make decisions best suited for their kids causes us to pause and take a look at the many education headlines around the country.
By Margaret Spellings
The fiscal cliff isn't the only ledge the nation is in danger of heading over.
Addressing the nation’s skills gap is “not getting the attention it deserves and needs” because it’s not a partisan or controversial issue, says Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL).
Actualizing the lives they want by creating the jobs they need
The results of an annual survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) reported a 3.4% increase in starting wages for college grads over last year.
Business is well equated with terms like ‘productivity’, ‘efficiency’, ‘return on investment’, and ‘evolving practices.’ Unfortunately, these aren’t the terms that necessarily come to mind when speaking about our education system.
Randi Weingarten of the American Federation of Teachers has recently proposed the creation of a bar exam for teachers with the intention of elevating the quality of the teaching profession