MSNBC/WSJ Survey: Public not very happy with schools, barely half ever heard of Common Core

A new survey conducted for NBC News and the Wall Street Journal by Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies reveals some surprising information about how the nation thinks about its public school system in general and provides an interesting hint about what the people who do know about Common Core really think about it. Several things…

Sen. Katie Stine and Gene Bottoms from SREB on education needed today

Monday’s meeting of the Kentucky Legislature’s Interim Joint Education Committee brought some very interesting revelations. Some of those interesting comments came during questions and answers between Kentucky Senator Katie Stine and Gene Bottoms, the Senior Vice President of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB). Listen here to learn that if you think non-college bound students…

The arrogance of the public school monopoly: Part 5, Cheating even in a top public high school???

Competition: the way a monopoly is dismantled This week we offer a series of blogs looking at how the traditional public school system in Kentucky – which enjoys a virtual monopoly over deciding where your child can go to school – has been seduced by its own power in arrogant ways that adversely impact students…