Wednesday, November 25, 2020

What’s on Your Advocacy Wish List?

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Ever wonder how to get through to your Senators? Or what your Representative really wants to know? Maybe you have a burning desire...

NCLB Mail Bag

We've received several reader e-mails* responding to the July Education Update cover story, "NCLB a Year Before Reauthorization." Here's what readers had to say:I...

A “Partially Failed Experiment”

That's Joel Packer's, manager of Elementary and Secondary Education Act Policy for the NEA, take on NCLB. This month, Education Update newsletter looks at...

Not So Fast

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In this day of catchy headlines and alarmist rhetoric, Lou Dobbs is a stalwart. Dobbs’ article: “How to save our failing schools,” would suggest...

Tell Congress to Do What’s Right

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Earlier this week, we wrote about how the U.S. House Appropriations Committee failed to support education and we told you how important it is...

What’s Next for High Schools?

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With NCLB requiring testing just once in high school, President Bush, Secretary Spellings, and others have been talking for awhile about ramping up high...

Democracy?

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The United States Senate is composed of two Senators from each state regardless of population. The House of Representatives is the legislative body where...

Congress Promises But Does Not Deliver

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Congress may say education is vital to the nation's future, but lately, it has failed to put money where its mouth is. Americans took notice...

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