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An Online Seminar: School Choice for School Boards

The School District Governance Association is proud to announce An Online Seminar: School Choice for School Boards The discussion will start with an overviepw of how schools and districts are handling remote learning across New Hampshire. After that, we will focus on your responsibilities and powers as school board members with regard to school choice …

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School funding alone won’t help children out of poverty

To The Daily Sun, Haley Thomas’s 1/29/20 letter makes valid points about childhood and generational poverty, and their negative effects on peoples’ lives. But Thomas’s apparent solution, increased school funding, is simply inadequate, and, based on decades of history, unlikely to improve educational results or reduce poverty. Calling for school funding increases may make people …

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Stupidity is not hypocrisy

I don’t know why it bugs me so much, but it does bug me when people try to make a big deal about the fact that Elizabeth Warren sent one of her children to private schools, claiming that this somehow makes her a hypocrite.

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Democrats Seek to Add “Climate Science” to the Definition of an “Adequate Education”

My sense is that if you pick a random Republican activist off the street and ask him or her why the Democrats oppose school-choice the response will be something like: “The teachers’ UNION; the UNION; they only care about the UNION, … ” My short response: WRONG. This is primarily why: That is, Democrats oppose …

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Kids Learning Reading Learn Everywhere

More Attacks on Learn Everywhere

Children learn through a variety of activities, including those outside the traditional school environment and schedule. This is no different if the student is five-years-old or fifteen.