Tag: K-12 funding

‘Bad education’ underscores why public schools shouldn’t get big bailouts

Editor’s note: This post from redefinED guest blogger Jonathan Butcher published earlier this week on The Federalist. With students quarantined at home, is this really the right time for a movie about public school fraud? You bet. After getting an extra $13.5 billion in March’s “Phase 3” stimulus bill, the[Read More…]

K-12 traditionalists: Be careful what you wish for

Robert C. Enlow at Ed Choice crunched some numbers on how things might look if 10 percent to 30 percent of private school students migrate to public schools this fall. The state-by-state analysis is not an unimaginable scenario, given our suddenly massive unemployment rate – one in five American workers[Read More…]