Schools Require Parent Participation

Charter schools are legal in California. The state education code as well as voter-passed propositions, have consistently shown broad public support for them. There are rules about the types and amounts of support a local school district must give each charter. Instead of fighting charter schools, perhaps folks should consider the model advanced by San Carlos. That town (where I once lived) has basically turned their entire school system into charter schools. Continue Reading →

The Unholy Trinity Driving Elections

The unholy trinity driving elections today is the teachers’ unions, Democratic politicians, and the media. Along the way, students are involved, although they are more victims than anything else. Continue Reading →