No one knows exactly how to get them back.
Down 136,000 Students in Just Four Years, New York City's Public Schools Manage To Spend Billions More
Look for these budgetary swindles at a failing K-12 system near you.
Florida 'Effectively Banned AP Psychology' With Rules Against Teaching About Gender, Sexual Orientation
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"Government in general does a lot of things that aren't necessary," says Jared Polis.
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Schools don't get to censor nondisruptive off-campus speech.
The Center has gotten rich in part thanks to its "hate map," which smears many good people.
Adam Martinez was banned from school property after he criticized the district's decision to hire an officer deemed "ineligible for rehire" by the local sheriff's office.
Josh Shapiro campaigned on a promise to increase funding for schools and expand school choice. Only one of those two things made it into the state budget.
Nearly two years after most children returned to the classroom, educational losses continue to grow.
The answer's more complicated than you might think.
A new study has found that the more schools kept kids online, the worse their pass rates on state standardized tests were.
Parents of disabled children say the schools filed false neglect reports against them.
At this rate, the Southern Poverty Law Center's notorious hate map might eventually describe everyone as an extremist.
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The stunt comes days after Justice Gorsuch warned of officials addicted to emergency decrees.
The number surged during the pandemic.
Despite only spending a few years in the classroom, taxpayers could end up shelling out over $200,000 in a public pension for AFT president Randi Weingarten.
Texas Bill Would Ban School Instruction, Guidance, or Activities Related to Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity
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Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana have all seen dramatic improvements in reading scores by investing in "science-based" reading instruction.
Education officials unveiled new rules on Tuesday which will mandate that city elementary schools use one of three "research-backed" reading curricula.
Uncowed, the protest organizer is suing.
The teachers union head honcho is trying to engage in some astonishing revisionism, claiming she actually wasn't opposed to school reopening.
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"Criticism of the president is core political speech protected by the First Amendment," says the students' attorney.
What happened to the claim that this was just about protecting young children?
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Families don’t all want the same sort of education for their children. They should be free to choose.
The union "has an outsized impact on working families who have no other choice on where to send their children...that power, combined with a mayor who is essentially a wholly owned subsidiary, would make them a dangerous force," says one former Chicago Public Schools executive.
When "graduation becomes close to a virtual guarantee, it also becomes pretty functionally meaningless," says one education researcher.
The Florida governor has a history of using state power to bully Florida schools over speech he doesn't like. H.B. 1 may accomplish his goal while ceding power to parents.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Earle-Sears wants state education dollars "to follow the child instead of the brick building."
This was never about shielding just the youngest kids from sexual topics.
It is hard to find evidence of this "disturbing trend."