This is also good: The union representing 30,000 education workers reached a tentative deal with the Los Angeles Unified School District on Friday, following a three-day strike that had closed.
The College Board's ridiculous claims that taking all the "controversial" stuff out of the AP African-American course had nothing to do with political interference was laughable even before we had.
This is the grave of Horace Mann. Born in Franklin, Massachusetts in 1796, Mann grew up poor. His father was unlearned and Mann had to work as a child, rarely.
This is the grave of Annie Webb Blanton. Born in 1870 in Houston, Texas, Blanton grew up pretty well off, though her mother died when she was 12. By that.
It's a real wonder that Republican attacks on teachers has led to significant teacher shortages as the school year is about to start. Rural school districts in Texas are switching.
e It's very hard to push back effectively when two dozen states are competing with each other to attack higher education and even the teaching of history or race or.
I await Bari Weiss and Andrew Sullivan to express their usual outrage at the repression of ideas: A Texas Republican lawmaker has drawn up a list of 850 books on.
Texas' Stasi-like Republican Party has also sought to fire any educator teaching about racism under the scare words of CRITICAL RACE THEORY. They have done so. But that also leads.