National Parents Union survey of 1,002 parents of K-12 public school students, November 2021
“We’re going to need to exponentially increase the number of pre-K teachers in our country if Build Back Better becomes reality.”
We’re going to need to exponentially increase the number of pre-K teachers in our country…
“Parents should have an active role in the education of their children. But the role of public schools is not merely derivative of parental authority. Teachers are charged with helping children to gain the critical core of knowledge and conviction that allows them to become informed, independent-minded citizens.”
Parents should have an active role in the education of their children. But the role…
American Council on Education survey of 400 college and university presidents, Oct. 23- Nov. 2, 2021
“Underperforming schools generally suffer from two problems: very high-needs kids and low-capacity staff. We know that money alone doesn’t solve it. You have to use the money in ways that are most effective.”
Underperforming schools generally suffer from two problems: very high-needs kids and low-capacity staff. We know…
Washington Post-ABC News poll of 1,001 adults, Nov. 7-10, 2021
“We have often heard, and maybe even affirmed ourselves, that education is the great equalizer. Well, now is our chance to prove it.”
We have often heard, and maybe even affirmed ourselves, that education is the great equalizer.
The College Board
“Admissions officers fly around the country in search of the most talented athletes that exist, targeting many of our most underserved communities. We want them to now be finding and identifying the best scholars in those very same communities.”
Admissions officers fly around the country in search of the most talented athletes that exist,…
Council of Graduate Schools Survey
“Free community college is an investment in our workforce. Not preparing students for the jobs being created today means leaving folks behind. This isn’t the time to leave folks behind.”
Free community college is an investment in our workforce. Not preparing students for the jobs…
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
“I am convinced that more districts, more states and governors are going to realize that to preserve American public education in person, and to preserve the American athletic experience, we must have vaccinations for our students and our athletes.”
I am convinced that more districts, more states and governors are going to realize that…
National Center for Education Statistics
U.S. Food and Drug Administration and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey, 2021.
“If students attend schools that do not foster in them excellence in reading, writing, science, and math, and therefore leave them unprepared to achieve excellence and leadership in their chosen field, we have not created a more socially just world, no matter how committed to action we may be. Equity starts with achievement.”
Writing in "Teach Like a Champion 3.0
Tyton Partners Analysis
“We know that community colleges are a great resource for a lot of people, but we are often overlooked as a high-quality, affordable and accessible option.”
Colorado Community College System Chancellor
University of Virginia professor emeritus and education theorist
“The best part of fall is welcoming students back for a new school year, and I’m thrilled to be traveling across the Midwest to celebrate the return to safe in-person learning.”
Announcing his five day Return-to-School Road Trip that begins September 20.
“There’s some generational shifts happening in terms of how people see education, which is one of the things that the survey results are getting at.”
On a recent survey showing the perception of a college degree's value varies by political affiliation, age, and income.
The Brookings Institution's analysis of the CDC's Youth Risk Behavior Survey.
Common App's "Applying to College in a Test-Optional Admissions Landscape: Trends from Common App Data" report.
In an interview with Politico on the impact of Hurricane Ida on education.
Axios/Momentive poll of 38,251 parents with school-age children.
“It’s simply unacceptable that state leaders are putting politics over the health and education of the students they took an oath to serve.”
In a press release on the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights opening investigations into five states regarding prohibitions of universal indoor masking.