As we watch the Missouri General Assembly in action, it is difficult to find those candidates who espoused their support for public education during the 2012 campaigns. Yes, the Governor has proposed $66 million in additional funding . . .
The School Administrator magazine publishes a back-page humor
column called "Leadership Lite" and the editors are eager to
solicit stories from superintendents and other administrators for
possible use in 2008-09.
What the magazine is . . .
Election season will be here soon. A number of state representative and state senators will be up for election. These elections are critical for public education. The Missouri School Administrators Political Action Committee (MSAPAC) must . . .
In October 2007, the Center on Education Policy (CEP) published
a study comparing achievement and other education-related outcomes
for a sample of low-income students from different types of urban
public and private high schools. This . . .