by Casey Quinlan Posted on July 1, 2015
The rehearing of Fisher v. University of Texas is renewing the conversation on class-based affirmative action.
by Casey Quinlan Posted on June 29, 2015
Pennsylvania is one of many states pushing legislation that would allow a state-run district to transition low-performing traditional public schools into charter schools.
The Supreme Court will take up a case again that narrowly kept affirmative action policies in place.
by Casey Quinlan Posted on June 25, 2015
The Senate advanced a spending bill that cuts The U.S. Department of Education by $1.7 billion but the House appropriations bill cuts much deeper.
by Casey Quinlan Posted on June 24, 2015
American history classes teach us a lot about whose perspective we value. Often, South Carolina lesson plan examples show us that slaveowners' perspectives are given way too much legitimacy.
by Casey Quinlan Posted on June 23, 2015
Jeb Bush criticized Hillary Clinton as part of the "education establishment."
by Casey Quinlan Posted on June 22, 2015
A federal judge ruled that a disabled, unemployed woman could not discharge her student loan debt. Her story is not unusual.
Several civil rights groups say The Elementary and Secondary Education Act, or No Child Left Behind, needs to include more federal oversight and accountability.
by Casey Quinlan Posted on June 22, 2015 Updated: June 22, 2015
A teacher recently resigned for reading a book about two men falling in love. For many LGBT teachers, there is still a fear around how much they should get involved in bullying.
by Casey Quinlan Posted on June 19, 2015 Updated: June 20, 2015
The New York legislature approved a bill that would require colleges note on students' transcripts that they have been charged with sexual assault.