Uncategorized

Three simple truths about public education

Write, teacher and activist Paul Buchheit makes three clear, concise and compelling arguments about the state of American public education this morning at Common Dreams:

  1. We should assess teachers better before we hire them. 
  2. Budget cuts are the last thing we ought to be imposing on schools.
  3. Charter schools are an imaginary solution.

You can read the entire piece by clicking here.

 

One Comment


  1. Frances Jenkins

    September 24, 2012 at 10:31 pm

    So, you really do not have any answers to the problems with public education. Correct me if I am misinformed, Obama’s Race to the Top, NC had to remove the cap on charter schools to receive the money.

Check Also

Parkland, one year later: What some South Florida high school shooting survivors want you to know

(Editor’s Note: This piece was first published by ...

Top Stories from NCPW

  • News
  • Commentary

If you told Cheri Beasley when she was a little girl that she would grow up to become North Carolina [...]

President Trump’s top disaster management official, Brock Long, resigned as head of the Federal Emer [...]

Cheri Beasley made history this week when Gov. Roy Cooper announced that she would become the state’ [...]

Making certain that every infant is safe and developing, every toddler is thriving, and every presch [...]

Surely, it would be folly to suggest that ICE’s hardened reputation as a home-wrecker was earned by [...]

There’s an old maxim in American politics, usually attributed to former U.S. Senator and Nixon admin [...]

The United States sees an average of 22,000 firearm suicides and 14,600 firearm homicides, including [...]

The post On ICE appeared first on NC Policy Watch. [...]