Tuesday's ed news
Delay Common Core implementation, Pennsylvania's governor orders.
The Oklahoma House Speaker moves fast on a bill to withdraw the state from Common Core.
Alabama lawmakers override the governor's attempt to delay a hew school choice law two years.
Parent Trigger foes in Florida have inflated the number of their supporters.
Hawaii gets an NCLB waiver. California will not.
Texans pull the plug on controversial curriculum CSCOPE.
Parents, students, and teachers...
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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