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The State and the Student, a Home School Dialogue

As this is being written in late May, in schools across the country, the documentation is flying.  Report cards, test scores, attendance verifications, diplomas, all giving credit where credit is due to the children of the education system.  But this is not the case for all our students.  In the face of a dynamic and […]

Education in Election 2012: An Overview

This post is part of this week’s “Education in Election 2012” series, exploring the differences between the parties and presidential candidates on education policy. President Obama and Governor Romney recognize the special emphasis many voters place on education. Parents seek a hopeful future that is abound with opportunities for their kids, not to mention the […]

Education in Election 2012: Where Do the Candidates and Parties Stand?

Every election year, polls show education ranks high on the list of issues Americans care most about when deciding how to cast their ballots. 2012 is no exception. President Obama and Governor Romney have outlined their education plans for the next four years on their websites, in their stump speeches, and interestingly, in the foreign […]