Chalkbeat pays young journalism majors with school reform money, and uses school reform money and influence (directly or indirectly) to gain access to sources. But this just doesn’t add up to real journalism, not when there is a lack of knowledge about New York City an New York State, a lack of knowledge about education in general, a lack of knowledge about teaching, even, quite frankly, a lack of knowledge about school reform. 171 more words
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by TYLER YORK//Editor-in-Chief
A new dean and vice president, Lubbock Center construction progress, and details on the upcoming Culinary Arts program were among the topics discussed during the September meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. 405 more words
The U.S. House on Tuesday gave unanimous approval to a resolution that condemns white supremacists and urges President Donald Trump to speak out against racism. … 1,220 more words
AUSTIN (KXAN) — The three Confederate statues that were standing at the University of Texas at Austin’s South Mall were removed overnight Sunday and will no longer be on public display. 769 more words
AMES, Iowa — Enrollment numbers at Iowa State University continue to rise, and now the school is proposing another tuition hike.
If the proposal goes through, it’ll cost undergrads 7% more each year until 2023. 218 more words