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Schools Continue to Bully Our Children
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Schools Continue to Bully Our Children

Despite the persistent objections of parents and the lack of medical evidence that there is any value to their efforts, public schools are still sending children home with fat-shaming letters for their parents.  One school in upstate New York is continuing the controversial practice - even letting fellow classmates deliver the letters to their mortified peers.

01/31/2014
15 Year Old Wisconsin Conservative Meets Bullying From Teachers
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15 Year Old Wisconsin Conservative Meets Bullying From Teachers

Originally posted March 28, 2013 - As a 15 year old, I never imagined my activism in politics would translate into controversy for me at school.

04/05/2013
School Choice in America Part I
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School Choice in America Part I

Today Americans find themselves in the midst of a great crisis in our educational system. Parents across the nation are waking up with the realization that the promise of public education has failed to deliver.

02/01/2013
Charter Schools Take Off in Michigan
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Charter Schools Take Off in Michigan

As Michigan kids head back to school, things are looking a little different. The cap on charters has been lifted, so there are thirty-one new school choices for families in the state this year.

09/05/2012
Will Charter Schools Kill Private Education?
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Will Charter Schools Kill Private Education?

Maybe, maybe not.Charter schools are changing public and private school enrollment patterns across the United States. This study analyzes district-level enrollment patterns for all states with charter schools, isolating how charter schools affect traditional public and private school enrollments after controlling for changes for the socioeconomic, demographic, and economic conditions in each district.

08/30/2012
California School District to Spend $1 Billion to borrow $105 Million
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California School District to Spend $1 Billion to borrow $105 Million

California has lost 600,000 jobs in the last decade and has a $26 billion deficit. Their public schools aren’t performing well, with lower grades and graduation rates than students in other states. It makes sense that a community would want to invest in education, but one would expect reasonable return on investment.

08/13/2012
Public Schools Next at the Bailout Trough
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Public Schools Next at the Bailout Trough

Since I wrote about the Metro asking for a bailout and noted that there were at least some flagging industries that still hadn't asked for a bailout, to no surprise to anyone, that has changed.  Newspapers have indeed started asking for their handout because without newspapers, according to people who have never heard of the internet, citizens would have no idea what was going on.  Michelle Malkin has been watching the ridiculousness unfold over on her blog.

12/01/2008