“I’m not sure they’re appropriate every place. I can only tell you in New York, they provided parents with an alternative to send students to them. The charter schools are mixed in with the non-charter public schools, because our charter schools are public schools as well — they’ve helped each other.”
At the Democratic primary debate in South Carolina.
“As president, we will guarantee free, universal childcare and pre-kindergarten to every child in America to help level the playing field, create new and good jobs, and enable parents more easily balance the demands of work and home.”
In a statement introducing his $1.5 trillion childcare and pre-k plan.
“This budget request allows States the freedom to focus on people, not paperwork. Results, not regulations. We know States will spend their money differently, and that’s okay. In fact, that’s what we hope they do. They know best how to serve their students.”
On the release of President Trump's budget which cuts the Department's spending by almost 8%.
Regarding compensation for student athletes.
Kim Hunter Reed, Louisiana’s Commissioner of Higher Education, discusses the state’s higher education…
The Brookings Institution
“When girls are educated and empowered, we uplift communities and families, reduce poverty, and create a safer and more prosperous world.”
In her statement on the passage of the Keeping Girls in School Act by the U.S. House of Representatives.
National School Boards Action Center
“I think there’s a middle ground where you can’t just say America is nothing and everybody run off and do your own thing. It’s important to have a common cultural context and even—and this will be very controversial—a common language of expression.”
Explaining that he's glad America has become less of a monoculture.
“There are 37 states that have what’s called a Blaine Amendment, which essentially was a bigoted action against Catholic schools in the 1800s.”
While discussing Espinoza v. Montana Dept. of Revenue during a Fox News exclusive.
National Center for Homeless Education
On why the Trump administration's rollback of school nutrition guidelines is problematic for students.
The two founders of Edmit, Sabrina Manville and Nick Ducoff, discuss their projections of…
“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”
The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence…
Educators for Excellence
In her statement on using the Higher Education Act to cancel student debt.
D.C. Policy Center
“I don’t think subsidizing the children of millionaires and billionaires to pay absolutely zero in tuition at public college is the best use of those scarce taxpayer dollars.”
During January's democratic presidential primary debate at Drake University in Iowa.
Podcast hosts Jeff Selingo and Michael Horn reflect on the major higher education…
Center for American Progress