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San Francisco ousters
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Feb 17, 10:11 AM: But the recall election this week that ousted three board members wasn’t about only local politics. It also reflected a trend: Many Americans, even in liberal places, seem frustrated by what they consider a leftward lurch from >
CNN Poll: Economy and education will shape how Americans vote in 2022
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Feb 11, 10:36 AM: Voters begin the midterm year primarily focused on economic issues, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS in January and February. The survey also showed that Democrats are suffering an early deficit in enthusiasm about >
There were two school choice ballot initiatives seeking signatures here in California, but now there
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Feb 1, 7:30 AM: There were two school choice ballot initiatives seeking signatures here in California, but now there is only one.
Opinion: Oregon needs an elected state school chief and a panel to empower parents
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Feb 1, 7:09 AM: There's no question these past two years have been hard on our kids. The state left them behind. Now it's time to turn the page. We can do that by keeping our classrooms open, giving them a say in where and how they attend school, >
Kevin Nicholson, likely GOP candidate for governor, wants to close ‘failing’ schools
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Jan 21, 6:49 AM: Low-performing schools in Wisconsin would be forced to close under a plan to overhaul K-12 education put forward by Kevin Nicholson, a Republican who is expected to announce this week he is running for governor.
Editorial: Make 2022 the year of education reform
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Dec 28, 8:19 AM: As children return to school after the holiday, parents, the media, and business leaders should keep a closer eye on classroom performance and outcomes. They should make 2022 the year of public education reform — the turning point >
James Craig says underperforming schools should lose funding, Michigan can’t accept ‘sta
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Dec 14, 9:10 AM: Republican gubernatorial hopeful James Craig said underperforming schools should be held accountable by losing state funds if they don’t demonstrate improvement in standardized test results.
Maryland gubernatorial candidate John King wades into education controversy with new ad campaign
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Dec 6, 9:15 AM: Democratic gubernatorial candidate John King is wading into the hot-button issue of teaching the history of racism in schools with a new video ad campaign.
School choice advocate announces run for SC superintendent of education
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Nov 22, 7:13 AM: Ellen Weaver, president and CEO of the Palmetto Promise Institute and chairman of the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee, announced her candidacy Sunday in an editorial published in The State newspaper.
In Virginia, frustration with schooling during the pandemic played a part in Youngkin’s win.
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Nov 15, 10:31 AM:

While some parents supported the cautious approach — driven by teachers’ unions, school boards and some administrators — others became frustrated and angry, especially in suburban counties like Fairfax and Arlington. >

Former Senate Leader Gloria Romero Joins Fix California Initiative for School Choice Funding
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Nov 15, 6:03 AM: Ric Grenell, founder of Fix California, who served as Ambassador to Germany and Acting Director of National Intelligence, announced Friday that former California State Senate Majority Leader Gloria Romero has endorsed Fix >
The School Board Revolt
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Nov 8, 10:29 AM: Glenn Youngkin’s use of the education issue to win the Virginia Governor’s race is getting most of the media attention, but less well known is that Tuesday saw a parental revolt against school boards in many parts of the >
Anxiety Over Schools Fired Up Voters This Year. What About 2022?
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Nov 5, 8:45 AM: Politicians and others trying to draw on anxiety and dissatisfaction with schools on a variety of issues pushed education to the center of the political stage this election season, and will likely try to keep them there through >
New Jersey’s Education Rebellion Was a Long Time Coming But Democrats didn’t heed the signs
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Nov 5, 7:49 AM:

Who could have predicted this? Well, anyone with a kid in public school during the pandemic paralysis of last year. I won’t pretend that my own experience is more meaningful than anyone else’s. But the singular of data is >

Why education was a top voter priority this election
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Nov 4, 9:59 AM: Instead, the parents she talks to are upset that their children are still struggling, socially and emotionally as well as academically. She likens extended remote schooling to a form of "solitary confinement." Fights are breaking >
Youngkin Makes the GOP the Parents’ Party
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Nov 4, 9:58 AM: He should offer parents education savings accounts (revenue from Virginia’s lottery could provide $500 a year for every student), expand school choice through charters and tuition tax credits, and hold school board elections in >
In Virginia, frustration with schooling during the pandemic played a part in Youngkin’s win.
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Nov 4, 9:56 AM: Last year, districts in Virginia, led by Governor Ralph Northam, a Democrat, were some of the last to reopen classrooms full-time. While some parents supported the cautious approach — driven by teachers’ unions, school boards and >
Black and Latino voters often pick Democrats. But Republicans of color just won 2 big ‘firsts&
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Nov 4, 6:25 AM: In addition to the HBCUs — funding for which Youngkin has said he plans to include in his budget — Sears is an advocate for government-funded school vouchers, which she has said could help Black students in communities with >
Albuquerque election blow to teacher’s union, victory to biz
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Nov 4, 5:58 AM: The teachers union in New Mexico’s largest city will have fewer friends on the school board next year, after three school board candidates won Tuesday’s election without union support.
Aurora election results: Charter educator Anne Keke gets most votes, union keeps board majority
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Nov 4, 5:19 AM: Union-backed candidates appear likely to hold the majority on the Aurora school board, but a charter educator with support from education reform interests was the top vote-getter in Tuesday’s returns.

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