Monday Morning EduGaggle
California high school math teacher Darren gives a thrashing to President Barbara "Boss" Kerr of The California Teachers Association and wonders why the union is so afraid of testing.
Yep. We think that it's a safe bet that nearly all of us can agree that our inner-city schools are a mess, but what's to be done about it? Town Hall's Donald Lambro has some ideas, but they don't involve simply throwing more money at the problem or holding teachers 100% accountable for student progress while giving parents and the students themselves a free pass....
Who would have ever guessed that in England, the study of Latin is making a comeback? Meanwhile, school student discipline within government schools has gotten so bad that the traditionally left-leaning BBC has taken upon itself the task of publishing a series of "how to" guide for parents who wish to appeal their child's exclusion from school due to violent other illegal behavior.
With federally-mandated Testing Season in full swing, it's no surprise that there's a bumper crop of teacher cheating out in the field awaiting the media's scythe.
Today's Non Sequiturs: The people of Farmer's Branch, Texas, have voted overwhelmingly to require folks who want to rent houses or apartments in their town to verify residency eligibility while the
It appears as though $4.00 per gallon may finally be here in