Tag Archives: Legislation

Presidential Candidates School Voters on Ed. Policy at 2015 Summits | Part 2: ESEA and the Department of Education

In a recent summit hosted by education nonprofit The Seventy Four, several presidential candidates were given the opportunity to elaborate on the details of their education policies. Needless to say, this gave us a goldmine of interesting quotes from some of the candidates—and we’ve just finished prospecting. (We covered the Common Core and Pre-K quotes […]

Presidential Candidates go Back to School on Education Policy in New Hampshire | Part 1: Common Core and Pre-K

In the heat of a competitive 2016 presidential primary season, candidates are vying to present their ideas in early-voting states like Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina. Primary elections are one of the best opportunities for voters to see what their candidates are really made of. Primaries force the candidates to grapple for a vote […]

PRA Introduced

Very exciting news to share from Parentalrights.org, the following press release was sent out this morning! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE // June 6,2012 // Washington, D.C. – A proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would preserve the longstanding traditional right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children was introduced last night […]