The legislature has heard from many connected to the public education system on SJR9, constitutional amendment. It has not heard from the voices of other Alaskans. Their voices were heard in this Poll-54% support constitutional amendment. The voice of Alaska.
Kevin Chavous writes in the Huffington Post that the public education system has changed its tune from education reform to economic equality. That system now blames parents, poor and minority students, and poverty as the cause of its woes.
Hey Anchorage, ready to play “let’s build a school”? Think $460 per square foot is a fair price? Time to let the School Board hear what you think-now.
Remember Alabama Governor George Wallace standing in the door of the University of Alabama preventing two black students from enrolling? Now Attorney General Eric Holder is standing in the door of K12 schools preventing black children from leaving failing schools via vouchers.
It seems like “everyone gets a trophy” under Alaska’s new school rating system. Do Alaska’s parents and children win when the rating system portrays such a rosy picture of our schools?
Homeschooling is thriving in America and especially in Alaska because parents want to choose the best educational fit for their kids. This is a personal story of Aaron Ackerman, his parents’ sacrifices, and how he benefited from homeschool.
Remember when the Chicago Teachers Union went on strike last year, closing schools to more than 350,000 kids just as the school year began? This same union is now featured on the cover […]
There is a bill in the State Legislature, HB 93, which would increase the number of charter schools in the state and help meet the strong demand for charter schools in Anchorage and […]
It is a dogma used to criticize school choice so often that it sounds like a broken record: If we allow families to choose whatever school they would like to go to, there […]
It seems as if the NEA-AK and its local affiliates are using members’ dues to sponsor commercials which basically say that vouchers will destroy public education as we know it. Trouble is, most […]