The greatest travesty in public education today is the way "scientific" theories which are far from proven are shoved down the throats of students without much if any exposure to other views.
MSNBC's Harris-Perry was the subject of unwarranted right-wing backlash from Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh for daring suggest it takes a village to raise a child. Guess what? It does.
Bible classes offer great benefits in helping students to realize the importance of education while also preparing them for the rigors of college.
New Gingrich's views on education are outdated. The point of education is not to prepare students for narrow, class-based vocational opportunities.
Elizabeth Warren's student loans bill repeats the same failed policies of minimizing lender risk through taxpayer subsidies while keeping interest rates artificially low to encourage more loans.
Unless we want necessary reforms to fail, teachers (not Arne Duncan, Michelle Rhee, politicians, or private educational consulting forms) must be in the driver's seat.
A decline in education unions would make teaching a substantially less attractive profession for talented individuals.
16-year old Samantha Pawlucy's math teacher ejected her from class and ridiculed her for wearing a Romney/Ryan t-shirt ... the teacher is still on the job, but should at a minimum be disciplined.