The University of California might as well award every newborn in the state a diploma. That’s the logical end point of its new college admissions policy.
If only every newly unemployed person had to deal with the “cuts” facing the Clark County School District.
Tens of thousands of elementary school students weren’t going to be reading on grade level — before losing two months of instruction.
Democrats, like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez aren’t opposed to school choice. They’re opposed to school choice for other people’s children.
If the people behind a new funding adequacy lawsuit are upset about Nevada’s low quality of education, they should be suing themselves.
The desire to protect children is understandable. But what some schools are doing takes that instinct to an unhealthy extreme.
Pre-K has a decades-long record of failure. Not a good sign, then, that Jesus Jara is pushing for its expansion throughout the Clark County School District.
There’s a $505 million disconnect between Clark County School District officials’ words and actions on facility needs.
One of superintendent Jesus Jara’s goals for the school district is reducing proficiency gaps. The ex-principal of Clark High School Antonio Rael believes he was fired for doing just that.
What’s happening in Dallas is evidence that teachers like being evaluated — and rewarded — on their performance in the classroom.