A follow-up to my item from earlier.
This video is old news (in fact, I’m sure you’ve already seen it) but if you haven’t take two minutes out of your day and watch it.
A bill proposed by DC Council Member David Catania (I) would provide $100,000 scholarships for low-income students to go to college. Although the bill is gaining wide support, it has many serious problems including scholarships for the wealthy and an unjustified focus on four-year degrees.
In the olden days, a big problem in public schools was that students didn’t have adequate access to books and textbooks. Now, it seems, something else entirely is holding them back: far too many classrooms in the United States don’t have access to…the Internet?
Dear gosh. The things kids can get suspended for these days.
Roughly ninety percent of school voucher recipients in the state of Louisiana are African-American, according to the Washington Post.
At first, I thought this was satire. Evidently it is not
More kids than ever are supposedly failing the College Board’s end-of-year Advanced Placement exams.
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