Foes of Arizona school vouchers have enough signatures to force vote | Local news | tucson.com

Foes of universal vouchers have more than enough signatures to give voters the last word — if the petition drive is not invalidated by judges or legislators. New figures released Tuesday show that the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office found that Continue reading Foes of Arizona school vouchers have enough signatures to force vote | Local news | tucson.com

Columbia University Using Trump to Sell $100,000 Journalism Degrees

Columbia Journalism School is rolling out a new master’s degree in data journalism. The Ivy League university, apparently unsatisfied with its $9.6 billion endowment, will charge$106,282 for the twelve-month program. Estimated living expenses bring the total price tag up to $147,514. Many observers, Continue reading Columbia University Using Trump to Sell $100,000 Journalism Degrees

Divided America — People Must Connect for America to Survive | National Review

History has not been very kind to countries that enter a state of multicultural chaos. The United States is currently the world’s oldest democracy. But America is no more immune from collapse than were some of history’s most stable and Continue reading Divided America — People Must Connect for America to Survive | National Review

Better and Cheaper Ways To Educate: Avoided Due to Entrenched Special Interests

Andrew Coulson’s School Inc. takes viewers on a worldwide personal quest for an answer to the question — if you build a better way to teach a subject, why doesn’t the world beat a path to your door? This three-part documentary, produced Continue reading Better and Cheaper Ways To Educate: Avoided Due to Entrenched Special Interests

Free College for In-State Arizona Students: Increases Tuition, Helps the Rich

David Garcia, a Democratic challenger to Governor Doug Ducey in next year’s election, already has ideas on how to spend your money. And one of these proposals could get pricey. Garcia took a page out of former presidential candidate Hillary Continue reading Free College for In-State Arizona Students: Increases Tuition, Helps the Rich

Uber for School Buses Enhances School Choice

Could ride-sharing become a widespread replacement for traditional modes of school transportation? In March, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos praised Denver’s school district for providing transportation to underserved students attending both traditional public and charter schools. The program, called the Success Continue reading Uber for School Buses Enhances School Choice