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Governor Signs Several School-Related Bills into Law

Gov. Scott Walker signed 30 bills into law this morning in the Capitol.  Among those bills were: 324 more words

State Issue

New Tests? Old Tests? What you need to know

This is a great graphic from Stand for Children about how to tell what a good test looks like. I agree with everything they state below, especially that every student needs to be held to the same standard nationwide so we can ensure they are receiving a great education. 209 more words

Best Interest Of Kids

As Education Declines, So Does Civic Culture

  • September 16, 2013, 7:14 p.m. ET

A generation of college graduates unable to write or reason bodes ill for liberal democracy.


Even as the cost of higher education skyrockets, its benefits are increasingly being called into doubt. 866 more words

School Choice

Leaders Fight To Keep STAAR System Intact

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – With an estimated 42-percent of new Texas community college students needing remediation, state business leaders are renewing their defense to keep the STAAR accountability system intact. 287 more words



Today was the start of our remedial courses and sadly my Fridays are no longer free as the remedial classes would be on Fridays. Just for the records, remedial courses are those courses which some Bar part 1 students would have to take if they are deficient in some of the subjects required by the Law School upon admission into the programme. 279 more words


College Completion Coaches to Help Ohio Students Succeed

First-time students enrolled in remedial courses at Columbus State Community College (OH) will have coaches available to help them create an educational completion plan, complete their developmental education so they’re ready for college-level courses and face challenges along the way. 87 more words

Community College Newswire




Each week I listen to talk radio, read papers and magazines, and watch various TV shows while determining what I will write in my article for the latest issue. 530 more words

Big Government