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American Public Schools on the ‘Cusp’ of Major Reform: President of Heritage Foundation
Kevin Roberts, president of The Heritage Foundation and former president of Wyoming Catholic College, says that the government’s COVID-19 lockdowns, although destructive, have had the benefit of giving parents a comprehensive look ...
July 13, 2022
Capitol Report (March 3): Senator Suffers From COVID Two Years Later
Russia and Ukraine had their second round of talks Thursday, while the two countries are now battling over ...
March 3, 2022
Despite a Strong Mandate, Ontario PCs Failed to Deliver on Education Promises
Commentary Back in 2018, things looked hopeful on the education file in Ontario. Newly elected Premier Doug Ford ...
February 2, 2022
New NSW Curriculum Goes ‘Back to Basics’
The NSW government plans to take a back to basics approach under a new schools curriculum due to ...
June 22, 2020
Why This Republican Congressional Candidate Is for Amnesty
Californian 30th district Congressional candidate Mark Reed recently visited Epoch Media Group and shared his opinions on illegal ...
August 22, 2018
Tech Sector Writing the Code for New York Politicians
The thriving tech community has been bringing jobs and recognition to the city—especially over the last year. Now ...
February 7, 2013
Teacher’s Union and Department of Education in New York City Stuck in Negotiations
The Jan. 17 deadline is looming for the New York City Department of Education and the city’s teacher ...
December 3, 2012
New York High School Progress Reports Released
NYC high school progress reports for the 2011-2012 school year are now available for parents, teachers, and other ...
November 27, 2012
New York City Mayoral Candidates Discuss Education
The five leading candidates for New York City mayor outlined some of their views on education on Nov. ...
November 20, 2012
School Profile: Neighborhood Charter School of Harlem
Hands-on learning, a structured environment with daily yoga, and an emphasis on producing good human beings. Welcome to ...
November 19, 2012
More Students Attending Charter Schools in NYC, Nation
Charter school attendance is rising in New York City, and across the nation.
November 15, 2012
Mayor Has Too Much Power Over NYC School System, Say Critics
Many teachers and parents say they have increasingly felt ignored and bypassed, as mayoral control of schools stretches ...
October 25, 2012
Teachers Unions Challenge Louisiana Education Reform Bills
School is out, but teachers unions, an education board, and the state of Louisiana are spending summer days ...
July 1, 2012
Top Education Officials Talk Reform in NYC
Encouraging education reform in the nation’s largest public school system, top national, state, and city education officials came ...
June 5, 2012
State Legislatures Tackle Education Reform
Vouchers and parent petitions are part of education reform proposals being forwarded by state legislatures, with a spotlight ...
March 20, 2012
Election Software CEO Arrested Over Data Theft, Storing Data on Servers in China
Gazprom Confirms Flows to Italy via Austria Have Resumed
Industry Insiders on Real Story Behind High Gas Prices: Structural Problems, Hostile Policies, and Inaction
‘Positive Association’ Between Vaccine-Related Aluminum Exposure and Persistent Asthma: CDC-Funded Study
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Looting ‘Will Get Progressively Worse’ Amid Hurricane Ian Chaos, Sheriff Warns
Health: The Often Ignored and Essential Power of the Breath
Google to Pay Arizona $85 Million to Settle Location Data Lawsuit
Newsom Calls for Taxing Oil Companies During Fuel Crisis
US Debt Tops $31 Trillion for First Time Ever on Biden Admin Spending Spree
Washington Gave $28M to Chinese Entities for Joint Research Since 2015: Report