Media Spin About Vouchers
Teachers find it’s a battle for each position
Ryan Dunmire beat long odds when she landed a job teaching business at Chartiers-Houston School District this summer, more than a year after Steel Valley School District furloughed her and dozens of others. “There was one position; they told me they had over 1,000 applicants,” said Dunmire, 29, of
EITC 2.0 Vouchers:
Scholarship program has yet to make $50 million in funds available
Many midstate parents who want to sign up for the state’s new Opportunity Scholarship program this year are coming away with a rain check.
They are being told that money for the scholarships isn’t available yet. So they must send their children to the low-achieving public school they are trying to escape or come up with another way to pay the tuition at a different school.
Can You Imagine This Scenario?
The report, The Competition that Really Matters, is 108 pages long and I didn't read all of it but skimmed through over half of it, and read through the press release that accompanied the email announcing the report. I skimmed the chapters focusing on American education; the other chapters looked at the educational policy of
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