public schooling

The 2011 State of the Union address doesn’t appear to have left many viewers enamored with President Obama’s plans for the country. Perhaps it’s no surprise that the rumored “Sputnik moment” fell flat. After all, the “clean green” mantra lit up with squiggly bulbs just

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Amanda Read’s conversation with Michelle Rhee about American education. Since she announced her resignation from D.C. Schools and started her own website, Chancellor Michelle Rhee has been inundated with e-mails.  In the midst of it all, she graciously offered to answer some questions that I

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The First Amendment commotion that appeared during the Widener Law School debate between Coons and O’Donnell was initiated by a bogus premise. Once again, the question of evolution was brought up in the race between the Senate candidates of Delaware, Chris Coons and Christine O’Donnell.

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The resignation of D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee puts a spotlight on political tensions surrounding America’s public school system. Washington, D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee resigned earlier this week in the midst of increasing political tension over public education. After three years of ruthlessly cleaning

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