The plan to veer away from educational central planning in Los Angeles is on hold, and a professor of educational history farcically links school choice to racism.
The bulk of L.A. students are not proficient in math or English, but they reportedly know the difference between a riot and a protest.
Critical race theory is spreading rapidly, but there are countermeasures in progress.
The teachers’ unions lecturing us about the truth rings very hollow.
Throwing more money at a failing education system is pure folly.
Abusive mask mandates for school children have exposed, yet again, the problem with central planning.
A brief look at the progressive agenda in education reveals that critical race theory is just the latest in a long series of attempts to deform and ultimately fracture the country.
The bogus claim that America is short on teachers is with us, yet again.
A challenger for governor of California could radically improve education with one executive order.
The decision to mask and indoctrinate school children in California has been left to local school districts.
After insisting that critical race theory is not being taught in K-12 schools, Randi Weingarten—teacher union boss and gaslighter extraordinaire—has ceded any right to be taken seriously.
At its yearly convention, the National Education Association advanced its political agenda, while doing nothing to address America’s failing public schools.
Schools are out for summer, and the fall holds many questions for education in America.
As states pass laws disallowing the teaching of the bogus and downright harmful Critical Race Theory, its proponents erroneously claim they are being censored.
After failing its students miserably and beset with litigation, the misbegotten Los Angeles school district is now being accused of systemic racism.
The Los Angeles teachers union joins their brethren in San Francisco to denounce Israel.
The charming city by the Bay has some serious edu-warts that need to be excised.
Whatever you call it, there’s a culture war being waged, and the citizenry is fighting back.
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Despite the reopening happy talk, more than half of all California’s K-12 students remain in distance learning.