Daily Archives: October 12, 2018

Detroit: One Class, 31 Students, 128 Schools

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
This is the portrait of “choice” in Detroit. It is a disaster for children. They constantly change schools. There are 31 students in class 8B in Bethune Middle School. Collectively, these students have…

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Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: State Cuts to Higher Education Threaten Access and Equity

Originally posted on janresseger:
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities just released its annual update on state funding for higher education. In 45 states, state funding per-student in public four-year and two-year colleges and universities remains below what it…

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New Orleans Teacher Held Against Her Will by Admin, Calls 9-1-1

Originally posted on deutsch29:
A (now-former) teacher at Mary D. Coghill Charter School in New Orleans decided to quit her job six weeks into the new school year. Around noon on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, this teacher tried to retrieve…

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