Josh Moon Lowers The Boom On Charter Law

Josh Moon has been a journalist for two decades.  Once with the Montgomery Advertiser, he can now be found on the pages  of the Alabama Political Reporter. Never one for beating around the bush, Moon has taken dead aim at the charter law passed in 2015.  When first...

Alabama’s Forgotten Children

As you sift and sort through data dealing with public education in Alabama, you realize how much information is taken out of context and how much is simply ignored.  For instance, it is readily apparent that there is a constant realignment and migration of children...

Facts About Charter Schools

Jan Resseger is a longtime public school advocate.  Before retiring she worked with the United Church of Christ to improve public schools by reducing standardized  testing, calling attention to opportunity gaps that confront many children and advocating for schools...

Need A Good Job? Run Some Charter Schools.

California has long been a hot bed for charter schools.  As of the 2017-18 school year, there were charters in 54 of the state's 58 counties with more than 628,000 students. And some of the folks running these schools are making out like bandits according to the San...

The $64 Question

Once upon a time it was common to hear someone say, "That's the $64 question."  Meaning that this was the question no one could answer.  As in, "How does your mama make such great biscuits?"  In my case, even mama could not answer this question because there was no...

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