Can she unite the party’s opposing sides?
State Pushing Industry Externships for Teachers
Photo: AP Photo/Philadelphia Inquirer, Ed Hille With the number of well-paying jobs open to those without college degrees becoming scarcer by the day, policymakers have adopted an ambitious goal to increase the number of Americans with college credentials to 60 percent by 2025. As of 2016, that rate stood at just 45 percent. To increase… Read more »
The Common Core has won – at least on one front. The standards and the tests designed based on them were, in part, a response to a growing sense that under the No Child Left Behind law – which penalized schools that weren’t making gains on annual state tests – states were making those tests… Read more »
Split in what parents, teachers want underscored