Gov. Roy Cooper created a new commission to identify the resources needed to improve North Carolina public schools and to end a 23-year-old legal case. Cooper on Tuesday signed an executive order creating the Governor’s Commission on Access to a Sound Basic Education. The commission will look for ways to resolve two lawsuits, Leandro v.…

Governor Ivey tours Auburn, impressed with local education
Repeatedly expressing her Tiger pride Tuesday with “War Eagle” references, Gov. Kay Ivey returned to the city of her college alma mater and spoke to Auburn teachers, business leaders and government officials during her “Listen, Learn, Help, & Lead Tour,” a multi-stop initiative her administration has embraced while visiting and inquiring about the needs of Alabama…

“Education is the transmission of civilization.” – Will Durant (American Writer & Historian, 1885-1981). Education is an indispensable asset to attain fame, power, money, freedom, social justice and peace. With the rising of global economic trends, education becomes more imperative in facing many challenges that the future holds for the humankind. An ever changing and…

Facing a massive shortfall, Wyoming will explore new methods for funding education
The consultants hired to examine Wyoming’s education funding system will also study at least three alternative models that would overhaul how schools are paid for here, researchers from the firm testified Tuesday. The consultants, Denver-based Augenblick, Palaich & Associates, will work through the process of recalibration for the rest of this year and into January…

Today, online education has become more than a cheaper and less time-consuming alternative to classroom or traditional education. Online bootcamps nowadays provide students with programming and design skills that will take less time to get as opposed to the usual college setting. But if you are currently on the verge of choosing between taking an…

Senate Bill 1 is yet another unfair bailout of long-term mismanagement within Chicago Public Schools.
Senate Bill 1 is yet another unfair bailout of long-term mismanagement within Chicago Public Schools. After more than a decade of financial mismanagement, Chicago Public Schools is broke and it’s looking for a new state funding formula to bail it out. Enter Senate Bill 1, the education funding bill lawmakers passed in May. Calling this…