Now that election season is over, we can enjoy a well-deserved break from campaign ads and political mailers. But remember, casting a ballot is the beginning, not the end, of the democratic process. R ... Continue Reading →
An email from American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, November 2012 Tens of thousands of AFT members—especially in New York and New Jersey, but also up and down the East Coast—are ... Continue Reading →
Down in Florida, a task force commissioned by Governor Rick Scott is putting the finishing touches on a proposal that would allow the state's public universities to start charging undergraduates diffe ... Continue Reading →
Public universities are under increasing financial pressure and political scrutiny. There is a sense that they are disconnected from the needs of the public and from the needs of students. Additional ... Continue Reading →
[T]here’s no reason to think this would help Florida economically. If the state wants to align higher education with the needs of business, it should take a look at surveys of employers, who indicate, ... Continue Reading →
"The balance between people who are actually in the trenches and those who are overseeing that work has gotten grossly out of line," says Robert E. Martin, Emeritus Boles Professor of Economics at Cen ... Continue Reading →
February 14, 2012 06:15 PM. By Daniel Luzer, Washington Monthly. It’s a fundamental starting point for much of education reform. This country’s schools are bad, and education is in trouble, it part be ... Continue Reading →
Early voting began on Saturday, October 27 and runs through Saturday, November 3, 2012. If you are registered to vote, the deadline to request an absentee ballot (vote by mail) for the November Genera ... Continue Reading →
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