Charter school Beacon was targeted by Rhode Island’s Council of Education following the school’s denial of certain students based on academic accomplishments Charter schools in the public domain are required by law to admit any student regardless of economic status,...
As education plans for state schools are in the process of being finalized, the DOE attempts to assess concerns regarding states’ commitments to these laws, their plans to ensure disadvantaged students receive a quality education, as well as the...
According to a report by CNN, a law in Arizona banning the studies of Mexican-American subjects in schools across the state has been nullified. The law which was originally implemented to deter “revolution against the American government” was described in...
An 11-year-old sixth-grader from San Francisco named Juan Romo knew of Jazz music however never had exposure to listening to it the genre nor playing it. He thought he wouldn’t like it. Just Music “I used to think it was just...

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How Education Is Impacting The Race For Governor In California 


California is a large state with a correspondingly large education system, a central issue for the gubernatorial candidates California’s educational statistics are impressive: aside...