Monthly Archives: May 2017

Charter schools seeking more tax money

  Despite evidence to the contrary, some people still subscribe to the perception that charter schools are the “silver bullet” solution for education, as the competition between charters and traditional public schools for limited state tax dollars remains intense. In … Continue reading

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Science denying is not academic freedom

  The campaign to promote ideology in public school classrooms continues. The State Board of Education may have adopted more reasonable science curriculum standards, but state Rep. Valoree Swanson, a tea partier and homeschooling advocate from Spring, has a bill … Continue reading

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