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When Schools Use Child Protective Services As A Weapon Against Parents
Fed up with what they see as obstinate parents who don’t agree to special education services for their child ... against the charter school network, New York City’s largest. One lawsuit against a Succ... read more
New York City Loses Special Education Appeal
The justices issued a split 4-to-4 decision in the case, New York ... special education before parents may unilaterally remove their child from the school and seek full reimbursement at public expense ... read more
As surgery centers boom, patients are paying with their lives
If he "had been observed in a hospital overnight," said Dr. Daniel Silcox, an Atlanta spine surgeon and expert for the family in their lawsuit, "his death would not have occurred." The surgery center ... read more
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Mahershala Ali’s New Film Green Book Wins Top Award at 2018 Toronto International Film Festival
Special nod to cinematographer Nicolas Karakatsanis for the ... police malfeasance and wrongful incarceration in 1960s New York City. Regina King plays a concerned mom and turns in the performance of ... read more
Can Teachers Alone Overcome Poverty? Steven Brill Thinks So
The Nation-- Steven Brill, the journalist and media entrepreneur, has come a long way since he helicoptered onto the education beat in 2009. That’s when The New Yorker published Brill’s exposé of the ... read more
Big Banks May Lose $185B in AWOL Customers
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- The next year might be a particularly bad one for the nation's largest banks if they don't begin to address their customers' needs more aggressively. The 10 largest banks in t... read more
Why this controversial former CNN host is launching an education news site
She founded a nonprofit, Partnership for Educational Justice, to help a group of parents bring a lawsuit challenging tenure and disciplinary-adjudication rules in New York ... accused the 47-year old ... read more
Charter schools: Wave of the future?
http://podcasts.cnn.net/cnn/services ... only to city and state officials but to the school’s board of directors. In a short period of time, students’ reading and math scores have risen at Coney Islan... read more
2018 Year in Review
30 – St. Louis City NAACP and Harris-Stowe State University announce a new Coalition for Equity and Excellence in Higher Education ... that parents could be separated from children. 8 – Nordstrom Rack ... read more
A Year of Victories and New Challenges
They are also more likely to face audits for compliance with federal higher education laws (usually because they accept student aid), so they’re reluctant to accept at face value what seems like an un... read more
What Happens When an Ayn Rand Devotee Runs a Public School System? Just Ask Chicago.
Claypool has a long history in public service—or perhaps more accurately, a long history of privatizing public services. Before being appointed to run CPS, Claypool headed two other city ... a new rol... read more
Food for Thought: Do you know what steak you're getting?
A common steak, New York strip, comes with many names. It is cut from the most tender section of beef, the short loin, but nobody calls it that. It could be labeled a boneless top loin, Delmonico, Kan... read more