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John Key, Hekia Parata- education failures are down to lack of funding

The left wing garbage coming from the completely lost National Party never stops. Led by the poll driven socialist surrender monkey John Key, we now see the party advocating for the completely discredited left wing idea that education failure is down to a lack of funding. 307 more words

NZ Politics

The Gonski funded by Labor will support schools across McMillan

By Zhinuo Zhang

A Shorten Labor Government promised that it will fully fund the Gonski plan to support schools across McMillan in the election year. 474 more words

Educator, teach thyself

If I were a resident, taxpayer or parent in DeKalb County — and thank goodness I’m not — I would have grave concerns about the competence of the school board and superintendent. 526 more words


WATCH: MSBA Executive Director asks members to advocate for funding, teacher shortage solutions

In a video released May 10, MSBA Executive Director Kirk Schneidawind called on school board members and superintendents to advocate for their students on two important issues: the… 46 more words

2016 Legislative Session

Funding a bold vision

It’s often said that the devil is in the detail but this election seems to be long on rhetoric and short on innovation.  We won’t become an innovative nation by looking in the rear view mirror.   265 more words

Contemporary Schooling

Education reform shouldn't pay the price for Gov. Deal's vetoes

The Era of Good Feelings under the Gold Dome is suddenly a lot less good.

Things have been pretty chummy the past six years. It began with the ascension of David Ralston as speaker of a House that, under previous management, feuded often with the Senate. 464 more words


CTE students more likely to graduate, join middle class

Is it time for career and technical education classes to be considered core courses? A growing number of experts are saying yes.

A couple of decades ago, school counselors began shying away from suggesting career and technical education classes to all students who showed even a hint of college potential. 513 more words