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The 35-day old shutdown ended but without a $5.7 billion border wall. Trump and Congressional Republicans took the blame, team Schumer and Pelosi took a victory lap, and the rest of us are holding the bag. According to the Congressional Budget Office, it cost the...
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Despite operating independently and lacking oversight and accountability, charter schools are considered public schools, with taxpayers footing the bills. Indeed, a 2015 PR Watch piece reports that the feds spent $3.3 billion over the past 20 years “creating and...
It seemed like a good idea at the time, at least to some... The charter school concept was first voiced by University of Massachusetts professor Ray Budde back in 1974, but such schools got their true start in 1988 when Albert Shanker, then president of the American...
The Denver Classroom Teachers Association's agreement includes:1) A 7% to 11% increase in base salary of $43,255 for a starting teacher; 2) A "clear and transparent 20-step salary schedule; 3) Full cost of living increases in the 2nd and 3rd year of the agreement; 4)...
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