July 2014 Archives

"Kidnapped for Christ" looks at a therapeutic boarding school in the Dominican Republic (since closed) that served U.S. children.

Gene I. Maeroff, a former education correspondent of The New York Times, a prolific author, and a former school board president, has died.

The conservative TV host called on Americans to urge their state lawmakers to reverse their states' participation in the common standards.

A special magazine celebrates the back-to-school season, even as the newspaper's business section says that such sprees are a thing of the past.

A Huffington Post story reveals that conservative philanthropist Charles G. Koch is the funder of a program designed to "impart Koch's radical free-market ideology to teenagers."

The magazine looks at the scandal through the eyes of a teacher who was drawn into erasing wrong answers and engage in other forms of cheating.

The PBS newsmagazine examines an effort in Louisiana to break away from a city and school system, which could have a major impact on racial diversity.

Antoinette "Toni" Konz, who covered the Jefferson County, Ky., school system for the Louisville Courier-Journal, is moving to a local TV station in that city, WDRB.

On the occasion of its 100th anniversary, the Chicago newspaper led a discussion on how to improve that city's schools, with themes that remain relevant today.

The Wall Street Journal celebrates its 125th birthday with a special section on "The Future of Everything," including the schools.


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