The president should never cancel student debt by executive order and Congress shouldn’t do it by legislation.
By Guy Ciarrocchi
Michael Graham: Union official defends closed classrooms — students learning ‘different skills’ from remote learning
A prominent Montgomery County teachers union official is pushing back on calls to reopen schools, arguing that remote learning might actually be good for students.
By Michael Graham
Wolf’s crusade against school choice and charter schools is based on a big lie: that if only “the system” had more money, then the neediest kids would get the education of their dreams. Parents deserve the truth.
By Marc LeBlond
“Schools that teach” sounded great as Gov. Wolf’s campaign slogan in 2014 and 2018. But two years into Wolf’s second term, many parents are relegated to wishing for “schools that open.”
By Matthew Brouillette
Students struggle to build futures as school choice is denied, lockdowns persist and teachers’ unions hold kids’ educations hostage, says Lenny McAllister.
Catholic schools have provided a much-needed lifeline to thousands of children across the nation. Restrictive education policies, however, prevent our most vulnerable populations from reaping the benefits.
By Colleen Hroncich
“There is nothing in the constitution that says you are entitled to your job!” So says, Kira Davis, a mom and editor at RedState, in this epic message to teachers unions that are refusing to go back to work in the face of contrary evidence that Covid-19 is NOT spreading […]
To ensure a future where life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for all can continue, self-determination cannot be a trait that wanes in the schoolyards of our nation.
By Lenny McAllister
As Covid-19 has disrupted the school year for students and parents alike, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos meets with local community members.
By Kevin Mooney
Children, parents and teachers are caught in the middle of the political battle, waged by the teachers unions vs. everybody else.
By Hunter Tower