- April 30, 2015
Free-thinking, ambitious, successful women are to be respected and empowered, even if their opinions diverge from those of a specific ideology. We should applaud DeVos’s tenacity in the face of attempts to silence and marginalize her.READ MORE
Free-thinking, ambitious, successful women are to be respected and empowered, even if their opinions diverge from those of a specific ideology. We should applaud DeVos’s tenacity in the face of attempts to silence and marginalize her.
The attacks will no doubt continue. Nevertheless, DeVos should persist.READ MORE
Effective teachers are the lifeblood of education. More than any other school-related factor, teachers have deep and lasting impacts on students’ futures. But despite the power of effective teaching, nearly half of Colorado’s unionized school districts are operating under negotiated policies or agreements that place students’ educations and excellent teachers’ jobs at risk by unlawfully prioritizing simple seniority, or length of service, over performance in layoff situations.READ MORE
Every three years, the Colorado Department of Education publishes a comprehensive report on Colorado’s charter school sector. The 2016 State of Charter Schools report was published last month. The report – and its unsurprisingly encouraging findings – could hardly have arrived at a more critical juncture.READ MORE
It is summer in Colorado and school is just around the corner. It’s not too late to consider summer homeschooling as a way to actively support your child’s learning before the school year begins. The importance of keeping your child intellectually active over the summer should not be underestimated. According to a 2011 RAND CorporationREAD MORE
The requirement that American public school students pass a version of the same test that immigrants seeking citizenship must take is not unreasonable.READ MORE