Journalist and education reformer Campbell Brown announced on Friday that she would be joining Facebook in a business role. Brown will be partnering with news organizations to improve their business models and figure out how those organizations can better profit from their relationship with the social media giant.
The Democratic candidates for president have decided to ditch plans to participate in an education forum planned for later this month in Iowa, and the forum’s organizer says it is because the candidates fear backlash from teachers unions.
Campbell Brown continues to fight to ensure that American kids get the “education they deserve.”
A judge decided on Thursday that New York City’s Department of Education and teacher’s union must face a lawsuit filed by Campbell Brown that challenges the city’s existing tenure laws.
Journalist-turned-education-reformer Campbell Brown has gained national attention after filing a lawsuit that challenges New York’s teacher tenure laws.
The parents of two Queens students are joining Campbell Brown’s lawsuit to overturn New York’s tenure laws, the New York Post reports.
Campbell Brown’s lawsuit against teacher tenure and other laws that protect underperforming teachers in New York may join forces with another group bringing a similar case against the state.
Bobby Jindal filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration over Common Core Wednesday, arguing that the government’s role in pushing the standards on states threatened states’ rights and abused federal funds.
Kirsten Powers, writing in USA Today, accuses left-wing organizations of waging a “misogynist crusade” against school reform advocate Campbell Brown.
The personal attacks unions are using against Campbell Brown have made her even more determined to tackle problems in New York City’s education system, she told the New York Post.