On KSDK's website, an article discusses North Carolina's dive into online education for students. So far, students and teachers are responding positively:
Control of the St. Louis Public School District is now in the hands of the three-member transitional school board today, after
Here's a letter about vouchers and public schools in the Post-Dispatch:
My friend, Geoff Segal with the Reason Foundation, has written an op-ed on the experiences of Sandy Springs, GA, in dealing with its municipal services and budget.
We haven't posted yet on Centene for a couple of reasons. First of all, it's all over the local news so it's not like anyone needed to hear about it from us. Second, our expert on this issue, Tim Lee, is out of the office this week.
There's an article in the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Digest about the relationship between merit pay for teachers and student achievement:
Today, the Cole County Circuit Court will decide if the St. Louis School Board deserves a restraining order against the State Education Board. According to the attorneys for the St.