Monthly Archives: August 2013

Texas: A state of emergencies

  Texas has a long legacy of emergencies, real emergencies, many created by a state government that seemingly doesn’t know how to operate in any other mode. That’s why we have had a steady stream of school finance lawsuits, that’s … Continue reading

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Another attack on public education

  The headline in Education Week just kind of leaped off the screen. “The Most Backward Legislature in America,” a blog post by veteran educator John Wilson, is a sad recitation of what can – and does – happen when … Continue reading

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