De Blasio’s War on Achievement

Bill De Blasio Holds Campaign Rally In Brooklyn

Do high-achieving public high schools have a future in New York City?

Should 98% of California Teachers Have Jobs for Life?

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“The female pupil involved didn’t want to press charges.”

White Teachers Thought They Were the Solution

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But now Obama says they are the problem.

81 School Unions Decertified in Wisconsin Union Votes

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16,977 government workers did not vote in favor of their union.

Chicago’s “Teachers for Social Justice” Suffers from Compulsive Illiteracy

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“Testing is a weapon used especially against Black and Latina/o students.”

Socialist Chicago Teachers Parade Their Indoctrinated Students

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The true face of the teachers union — and what it is teaching our children.

Teachers Union & Socialists Join Forces to Protest Chicago School Closings

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A glimpse into the leftist coalition pulling the levers of power in major American cities.

Latino & Black Students Prisoners of Dem-Run L.A. Schools

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The Left fights to shorten the school year and cracks down on overly effective charter schools.

Should Michigan Teachers Be Paid Like Blue Collar Workers or NBA Stars?

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52 dollars of every 1,000 dollars of personal income in Michigan is vacuumed up by Michigan’s corrupt and broken school system. And that’s especially outrageous because Michigan ranks 11th in teacher salaries but only 36th in personal income. The average Michigan teacher salary was $56,096 in 2010 while average household income was $45,255.

Detroit Teachers w/$71,000 Salaries Leave Work to Protest, While Only 7 Percent of their Students Can Read

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The Detroit metropolitan area has the highest average public school teacher pay among metropolitan areas. Detroit public-school eighth graders do even worse in math than they do in reading, according to the Department of Education. While only 7 percent scored highly enough on the department’s National Assessment of Educational Progress test in 2011 to be rated “proficient” or better in reading, only 4 percent scored highly enough to be rated “proficient” or better in math.