The recent Rhode Island flap shows that the unions are in major decline.
Without it, other reforms are always corrupted in the end.
The culture of racial excuses in education rallies for a comeback.
Want to destroy a profession? Socialize it.
As long as parents don’t have the right to choose their schools, nothing important changes.
In D.C. and elsewhere, opponents of school choice can't argue with success.
The president denounces racial “excuses” while his DOE makes excuses for a new racial quota.
Despite some setbacks, there have also been several victories for reformers in state legislatures.
The school monopoly isn’t just bad for students.
Ironically, according to a new study, both critics and supporters of the law are vindicated.
Proof that voucher programs work does nothing to stop the federal government's continuing efforts to destroy them.
The teachers' unions and the media can't change the facts, try as they might.
The proposed “stimulus” will radically expand federal school spending, without helping students.
Arne Duncan is the most boring candidate possible. So much for "change."
Colleges have the technology to stop it — but not the guts.
Barack Obama and Sarah Palin can't make up their minds about how to improve our schools.
American kids' mastery of the facts every citizen ought to know has never been impressive.
D.C.’s crusading schools chancellor takes on the worst problem of all: teacher pay.
All schools tell kids to study hard so they can make money. Why not admit it?
The latest gambit by teachers' unions would expand their numbers and influence.
Five things a President Obama or President McCain can do to improve the nation's schools.
Big shock — the media are misrepresenting the research on vouchers again.
The major charge against the No Child Left Behind Act is that it results in "teaching to the test." But is that really such a bad idea?