Podcast Ep. 53 “How to Get Academic Freedom without Defunding” With Guest Matt Beienburg

By |2023-02-26T17:35:40-05:00February 15th, 2023|Government, Podcast Episodes|

Should public schools have a monopoly on education or should there be some healthy competition thrown in? This is a question that’s been debated for years! Competition almost always increases the quality of products. And it’s no different with education. Some see school choice as a nefarious attempt to defund public schools. Others see

Nonprofit Accuses FL Governor DeSantis’ DOE of Spreading “Misinformation” Over AP African American Studies Course

By |2023-02-14T14:53:02-05:00February 14th, 2023|Government, News|

The College Board just broke their silence after their Advanced Placement African American Studies course was rejected by Florida’s Department of Education for violating state law due to its “woke” curriculum. To "set the record straight" and address the "misinformation" about the proposed Advanced Placement (AP) course, the College Board released a statement Saturday claiming

Is Teaching Wearing You Out? How to Take Better Care of Yourself This Year

By |2023-03-06T15:13:15-05:00February 11th, 2023|Community Involvement|

All teachers know how stressful the classroom can be. What’s really difficult is knowing what to do about it. It’s 2023, and you’re probably wondering how you can start taking better care of yourself. With all the work and stress that teaching brings, especially in today’s world, it’s no wonder you’re a little tired

Podcast Ep. 52 “Restoring History & Social Studies In Our Schools” With Guest Jillian Balow

By |2023-02-08T15:55:16-05:00February 8th, 2023|Community Involvement, Government, Instruction, Podcast Episodes|

Is history dead? Or is it an important key to the future success of our children and country? Recently, Virginia’s Board of Education decided to revise the history and social study standards for public school students. This generated both praise and backlash, and Jillian Balow, our guest today on The State of Education, is

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