Karen Wolfe: Kayser is being outspent by charters 9:1. But if every teacher who lives in Board District 5 brings in two votes, Bennett Kayser will win and, once again, people will win over corporate power.
Is the US system of public education in crisis? Many say the answer to that question is no. But almost all agree that we have two systems of public education in the United States - one based principally, though not entirely, in the suburbs and another that is based principally in poorer urban and rural areas. One is, unarguably in crisis. The other is not. These articles discuss the root causes and possible solutions.
Larry Wines: The failure of the Corinthian/Everest empire is a tragedy for those 16,000 students who are left holding the bag to repay student loans for classes and programs they cannot complete – and that they must repay without the benefit of the education they sought to be qualified for better-paying jobs.