Alabama's governor delays a new school choice law; legislators fight back.
Wisconsin's voucher schools do not discriminate against disabled students, explains Patrick Wolf.
Kansas lawmakers could defund Common Core. More.
An update on Ohio's school records scandal.
Teacher colleges in Florida work to improve their programs.
After statewide technical difficulties with testing, Oklahoma considers what's next.
Every San Francisco kindergartener is now...
Government preschool programs have expanded greatly in the past decade, but a new poll finds 57 percent of Americans believe parents, not the government, should pay for preschool.
Thirty-two percent said taxpayers should pay for preschool in the Reason-Rupe May 2013 poll.
“President Obama has proposed expanding government preschool programs, however only 37 percent of Americans favor raising taxes to create a universal preschool system, while 61 percent oppose,” the poll summary noted.
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