Tool allows education leaders to see the degree to which their curriculum builds critical background knowledge and aligns with their vision and priorities.
Sharp rise in the number of non-teacher staff cuts into funds available for higher salaries for teachers.
Bill and Melinda Gates are out with their latest annual letter discussing their philanthropy, and a chunk of it relates to education.
But some lawmakers prefer to push the choice agenda incrementally
The transcript of President Trump’s State of the Union speech that was released by the White House mysteriously capitalized the phrase “School Choice,” as if it were the title of a law: “To help support working parents, the time has come to pass School Choice for Americans’ children.”
We need to invest in marketing them, too.
Last week, Sen. Cory Booker announced that he will enter the 2020 presidential race. There is already great interest in how Booker’s support for school choice and his education record as mayor of Newark will be viewed by voters.
Debate is focused on a pay-for-performance program but benefit costs loom in the background.
AltSchool partners with 25 districts and schools to implement technology-enabled personalized learning. It also operates four tuition-funded lab schools in San Francisco and New York City.
Edtech entrepreneurs and school choice advocates sometimes invoke disruptive innovation as an indomitable force that will redeem and transform broken school systems.
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