Democrats appear ready to weave universal pre-kindergarten into their pitch for winning back working-class voters, with the 2020 campaign just underway.
The Trump administration debuted its new national STEM education program Tuesday, rolling out a comprehensive interagency strategy supporting a swiftly growing sector of the economy.
Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro spoke at a conservative event Tuesday night at Ohio State University, prompting liberal student activists to chant, “Reagan’s dead” and “John McCain’s dead.”
A professor at Georgetown University, who recently went on unplanned research leave, referred to Fox News employees as “terrorists” earlier this week on Twitter, continuing her brand of using demeaning language to castigate those on the right.
Official documents appear to contradict the defense David Garcia, the Democratic nominee for governor of Arizona, has offered for missing nearly half of all meetings of the charter school board of directors he sat on between 2013 and 2017. Garcia has anchored his challenge to first-term incumbent Republican governor Doug Ducey around education, especially calls for increased oversight and accountability in Arizona’s burgeoning charter school system.
It all starts with a good dose of anti-Catholicism. In 1922, voters in Oregon passed a referendum that banned private education. Supported by such Protestant organizations as the Orange Order and the Ku Klux Klan, the new law included in its reach an Oregon military academy and a few non-Catholic schools, but the statewide campaign for the referendum concentrated on the perceived Catholic danger to the American way.
David Garcia, the Democratic nominee for governor of Arizona, missed nearly half of all meetings of the charter school board he sat on between 2013 and 2017, despite making educational oversight and transparency a focal point of his campaign.
The National Science Foundation is spending over $1 million to train two-dozen “social justice” math teachers in Philadelphia.