Education Post has issued a letter to Congress suggesting they protect the right of children by taking away power from the states.
The Common Core English standards have replaced classic literature with government reports and UN declarations.
The Delaware legislature passed a bill permitting parents to have their kids opt out of Common Core mandated tests.
Nevada recently enacted a bill granting over $5,000 to parents to pay for the school of their choice.
Reports published by two progressive education reform groups claim that inequitable public funding of schools is the newest civil rights issue.
By testing students' "opinions" about American history, the Advanced Placement History Standards test promotes liberalism and a warped view of U.S. history.
In its early stages on the state level, free tuition seems to be working. But just let the federal government provide it, and the results could be vastly, drastically, different.
Millions of people who can read today owe an enormous debt of gratitude to Samuel L. Blumenfeld, America’s foremost apostle of phonics over the past half century.
In yet another scheme by the federal government to usurp an ever-expanding role in childrearing, the Obama administration’s top education bureaucrat, Education Secretary Arne Duncan, called last week for government boarding schools.
That “white masculinity is THE problem for America’s colleges” wasn't the only anti-white comment made by Boston University professor Saida Grundy. Despite this, the school defended her, saying that she was merely exercising “free speech.”