Saturday, May 28, 2011

Plains Pops: School's Out Education Links Edition

Mitchell High School superindent doesn't tell the school board about SDHSAA sanctioning the basketball coach.  ( HT Bob Mercer, Pure Pierre Politics)

I want to do more research, so I'm reserving final judgement.  At first blush, however, the NCLB reforms laid out in this Answer Sheet post seem like something that I could support.

The Madville Times compares South Dakota's education funding with neighboring states and points out that South Dakota takes more from the Federal government and requires local districts to do more than its neighbors.

This Linda Darling-Hammond commencement speech has been making the rounds of the Twitter-verse and the education blogosphere.

Finally, this post at An Inland Voyage analyzes a Wall Street Journal article about public schools charging fees.

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