- Michelle Chen: Brown v. Board of Education ended school segregation. So why are schools still not integrated?
- > May 18, 7:12 AM: It’s been 64 years since the landmark Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education that declared school segregation unconstitutional. To overcome the racial barriers dividing America’s classrooms, the students
- The Radical Self-Reliance of Black Homeschooling
- > May 18, 7:09 AM: Racial inequality in Baltimore’s public schools is in part the byproduct of long-standing neglect. In a system in which eight out of 10 studentsare black, broken heaters forced students to learn in frigid temperatures this
- Windsor Charter Academy Early College High School celebrates first graduating class
- > May 18, 6:48 AM: Although many public schools offer advanced placement courses, with a test at the end of the course, the charter academy college credits are based on the entire two-semester classes, and are guaranteed to transfer to any
- Opinion: A deal to strike on evaluating teachers
- > May 18, 6:45 AM: But an opportunity for resolution exists through a grand bargain: liberalizing test-based teacher evaluations as Democrats want, while attracting Republican votes through teacher tenure reform, ending the indefensible
- No charter in Rollingstone: Winona school board votes down proposal; school to be sold
- May 18, 6:36 AM: The Winona public school board dashed hopes to reopen Rollingstone Community School as a charter school at a meeting Thursday night.
- Teacher shortages are especially acute in rural areas. Here’s one solution in Colorado.
- > May 18, 6:22 AM: This is especially true for rural communities, including in Colorado. Alternative licensure pathways, including residency models of entering the teaching profession, have been a lifeline for finding and keeping rural
- Brockton charter school gets funding for early college program
- May 18, 6:18 AM: New Heights Charter School of Brockton, partnered with Massasoit Community College, was one of only five schools throughout the state to receive official designations for early college programs.
- JCPS takeover 'payback' for teacher protests, national union head says
- > May 18, 6:08 AM: The country's largest teachers union is throwing its weight behind the fight to stop a state takeover of Jefferson County Public Schools.National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen García said Tuesday that the
- ‘It Has to Start Somewhere’: Grass-Roots Drive to Integrate New York Schools
- > May 18, 6:02 AM: The middle school in northern Manhattan is named after Booker T. Washington, a champion of education for African-Americans. But in a district where half the students are Hispanic and black, less than a quarter of the 852
- LEAD Academy opening date hinges on Supreme Court ruling
- May 18, 5:57 AM: Montgomery’s first charter school's chances of opening in the fall received a blow when a local circuit judge ruled earlier this month that a vote to approve the school was invalid.
- State Supreme Court weighs validity of charter school law
- > May 18, 5:56 AM: Those challenging the law object to using public money to operate alternative, nonprofit charter schools over which voters have no control. Charter-school advocates and state attorneys argue that opponents are trying to
- Teachers union hopeful after Ball State takeover presentation
- May 18, 5:53 AM: The president of the Muncie Teachers Association is hopeful that a Ball State University presentation Wednesday on the university's takeover of Muncie Community Schools will preserve the teaching staff.
- Letter: Charter school students take flight
- May 18, 5:35 AM: If you had any doubts that Michigan’s charter schools offer innovative educational opportunities, all you had to do was look to the skies on May 8.
- Charter school fight amps up race for California governor
- May 18, 5:21 AM: Antonio Villaraigosa chats during a campaign stop May 11 in San Francisco. Several wealthy business leaders who favor charter schools have poured millions of dollars into his campaign for governor.
- FIELDS program gives Shoshone Bannock High School students options
- > May 18, 5:15 AM: But now the foundation for indigenous education, leadership development, and sustainability, or fields program, has partnered with the high school, allowing them to get a better understanding of their options after high
- Editorial: End legal fight over charter schools so focus can move to education
- > May 18, 4:58 AM: Washington’s public charter schools are flourishing, with 2,400 enrolled and promising early indications of student success. But a shadow remains over the these schools. And the state Supreme Court should put a stop to
- Neighboring communities will vote on Maine town’s bid to limit school choice
- May 18, 4:44 AM: The town of Alna’s petition to amend the Regional School Unit 12 reorganization plan to restrict K-8 school choice will go to voters in the district’s seven towns June 12.
- Thousands of NC teachers rally in Raleigh for more education funding
- > May 17, 6:58 AM: Downtown Raleigh filled Wednesday with thousands of teachers who marched in the morning and rallied in the afternoon rain as they demanded that lawmakers do more to raise teacher pay and education spending in North
- Column: Dems unfairly target charters schools
- May 17, 6:45 AM: Earlier this month, an elected Democrat legislative leader bragged to The Detroit News about Democrats’ intention to declare war on charter public schools.
- Virtual classroom just the ticket for Norman student
- > May 17, 6:43 AM: While the Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy was better for Erika than public school, it wasn't a perfect fit. When the family found the Insight School of Oklahoma (ISOK), Erika's luck began to change.
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