"The prevalence of remote learning in schools educating our most vulnerable students was no accident."
"Watching the education apocalypse in slow motion." Sample:
Bates College considering requiring ALL students to take course on 'white supremacy," 'power and privilege,' 'colonialism'.
Interesting account from noted economist Bryan Caplan.
Par for the course nowadays, but still shocking and awful.
A cool tweet to answer a dopey statement of Bernie Sanders.
College has become a very expensive credentialing mechanism that adds surprisingly little in the way of useful skill and knowledge for students.
My wife and I are soooooo glad that our kids are done with school.
Interesting: there are 154 institutions ranked. George Washington, my undergrad alma mater, ranks 32, UCLA, my graduate school, ranks 8, and NCSU, my former employer, ranks 24.
Despite the title, the argument here is that abandoning the SAT and ACT for college admissions probably won't have the results reformers expect.
Among other numbers cited are these: "Charter enrollment is up 65% in Alabama and 78% in Oklahoma."