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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.
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).
Since it turns out that the Mayans were wrong about the apocalypse, it seems as though we have to start 2013 rededicated to solving our skills gap crisis.
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.
New international test results indicate that the United States is still lagging behind many of our competitors in education. The latest data was released by the International Study Center at Boston College in two reports—the Trends in Internatio
The teachers unions are at it again, this time in Louisiana. Earlier this year, Governor Bobby Jindal proposed some bold education reforms, which were passed by lawmakers. One such reform is the implementation of a statewide school voucher program.