The National Education Association strong-armed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Families looking for alternatives to battlefields of the culture war have a bonanza of educational options.
"It’s OK that our babies may not have learned all their times tables," says Cecily Myart-Cruz. "They learned resilience."
As it turns out, state and local tax revenues hardly collapsed.
The U.K. kept schools open and masks off, and now delta is in their rearview. Why can't Yanks learn?
Democrat-heavy districts remain most likely to stay partly closed.
"It is reasonable and appropriate for curriculum to be informed by academic frameworks..."
Randi Weingarten Is Very Disappointed That NYC Mayoral Candidate Kathryn Garcia Supports Charter Schools
Yes, that very same Randi Weingarten, the teachers union president who has fought to keep children out of the classroom for the last year.
Charter-Hating Democrats Now Relying on Charter Schools To Service Families Reluctant To Go Back Into School Buildings
The one-size-fits-all approach to monopolistic K-12 instruction continues to repel even as COVID-19 recedes.
Teachers union president tries to rebrand as a school-reopener, but parents aren't having it.
Shocker: When you keep schools closed, lie about them being death mills, then call opening advocates white supremacists, parents may not be in a hurry to send their kids back to part-time Zoom-in-a-room.
The public school system is a travesty that does not—and cannot—put students first.
Amid message confusion, report shows teachers union fingerprints on the CDC's school reopening guidance.
Unresponsive government institutions fuel state-level measures to help parents and children pick learning models that suit them.
When government doesn't deliver, voters look for unpolished candidates from outside government. Go figure.
The latest data underscore an appallingly partisan split on what should be a more science-based decision.
L.A. teachers win $500 childcare concession, though New York union still holding firm on anti-scientific 2-case rule.
Giving kids more educational options would help produce the long-term change activists want.
Kentucky is now the 28th state with some form of school choice.
Not only are more families picking alternatives to public schools but, by and large, they like them.
Even after the massive Biden stimulus, union head honcho Randi Weingarten complains that schools don't have the resources or ability to fully reopen.
School closures are the best thing to happen to educational choice.
By moving the recommended distance from six feet to three feet, the CDC brings the U.S. back in line with science, and hastens full school reopening.
Public schools can barely teach kids at all, but their defenders don’t want you trying alternatives.
Mounting research shows that the Biden administration's politicized continuation of the six-foot rule last month flouts science and threatens full-time K-12 education in the fall.
Despite billions in additional funding and assurances from the CDC and Anthony Fauci that schools can operate safely in person, the unions are holding out for 100 percent vaccination and lower transmission rates.
Abusive teachers’ unions and floundering bureaucrats make do-it-yourself education pretty attractive.
This is what you get when you mix "science" with "stakeholders."
Probably not, if you read the newspaper. Parental preference is one of the most commonly misunderstood factors in the school-reopening debate.
A perfect example of hygiene theater
Teachers who refuse to go back to work should not get to cut in line.
The silver lining to disastrous education lockdowns? A massive increase in support for all sorts of student-centered reforms.
The pandemic, says Reason Foundation's Corey A. DeAngelis, is finally forcing districts to put students ahead of teachers and bureaucrats.
First the union invaded, now it refuses to leave.
When the feds failed to track COVID-19, Emily Oster stepped in.
Good Democratic voters don't like being called racist Trump supporters, which unions are leveraging to keep schools closed.
Montclair cancellation of K-12 reopening is yet another reminder that unions are putting students last.
District officials described the act of defiance as an illegal strike.
Making it easier for families to fund their preferred education options will be a lot more effective than throwing a big bribe to teachers unions.
Union leaders shame parents, arguing that equity gaps will widen if parents pull their children out of public schools.
Remote learning continues to be the norm for more than three out of four New York City public school students.
It's time for the left and the right to take a hard look at their favorite public-sector unions.
If the aim is to reduce COVID-19 deaths, Oregon's plan is a failure.
The United States was virtually alone in keeping schools closed this fall. As a result, public education—and cities—may never look the same.