Without Parents, Reform Is Doomed

Recently Forbes ran a series, “What’s Your Single Best Idea For Reforming K-12 Education?” Ideas are great and important, but in reality it was the intellectual equivalent of “What would you do if you won the lottery?”  It’s fun to discuss and think about, but...

KIDS AREN’T CARS

In case you haven’t heard, Education Action Group (EAG) has produced a series of short films under the banner title of “Kids Aren’t Cars” which we have pasted below.  Each of the films take a close look at various problems and issues plaguing the K-12 public education...

TNSC Responds To Union Spokesman

The Oak Ridger has an article “Proposed education bills shortsighted, counterproductive” by Steve Reddick, president of the Oak Ridge Education Association and is available to read in full Here. TNSC would like to respond to a few of Mr. Reddick’s comments.  Mr....

Political Patronage

The Sunday Tennessean had an article titled “Tennessee teachers union gets mixed grades.”  At one point the article states: Supporters of the teachers union say efforts to end collective bargaining rules are meant to reverse the gains made by teachers. “I know...

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