Monthly Archives: July 2016

Pre-K money doesn’t match Abbott’s rhetoric

  Despite the release of $116 million in state pre-K grants this week and despite Gov. Greg Abbott’s claims to the contrary, early education has never been the governor’s top priority. It certainly wasn’t during last year’s legislative session, when … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton vows to rein in testing

  If Hillary Clinton is elected president, she will part company with her two predecessors – George W. Bush and Barack Obama – and reduce the role of standardized testing in public schools. In an address to the National Education … Continue reading

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