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NBC Education Nation 2011
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Video: Squaring Off On Education Reform
Brian Jones - Still Separate, Still Unequal
American Teacher (2011
AMERICAN TEACHER: Official Trailer
Unraveling the myths about teachers IN THE fall of 2010, NBC launched "Education Nation"--a televised summit on the state of American education. It was a veritable Who's Who of corporate education "reformers." The film Waiting for "Superman" was premiering in theaters nationwide, and received wall-to-wall acclaim and publicity from NBC. Unraveling the myths about teachers
Vanessa Roth
ANS-Online kijkt in het weekend over ’s lands grenzen en brengt je buitenlands studentennieuws. Deze week: Stijgende studieschulden. Afgelopen zomer bereikte ons het bericht dat in de Verenigde Staten de studieschulden zo langzamerhand de pan uit rijzen. De schulden van alle Amerikaanse studenten zijn sinds 2008 met ruim 25% gestegen naar een recordbedrag van 550 miljard dollar. Daarmee is het leenbedrag van studenten voor het eerst hoger dan het bedrag dat door middel van creditcard wordt geleend. Economen maken zich vooral zorgen over het ontstaan van een bubbel, aangezien studenten lenen om het onderwijs te kunnen betalen en de kans op een baan na een studie steeds kleiner wordt. ANS: Ondertussen in de Verenigde Staten4 ANS: Ondertussen in de Verenigde Staten4
Ondertussen in de Verenigde Staten 5 Ondertussen in de Verenigde Staten 5 Eind augustus berichtten we al over de extreem hoge schulden van studenten in de Verenigde Staten. Het schuldenbedrag van studenten is hoger dan het totale bedrag aan creditcardleningen en economen vrezen voor een nieuwe bubbel. Ook bij de Occupybeweging op Wall Street zitten veel studenten die na hun studie te kampen hebben met een torenhoge schuld, maar geen baan kunnen vinden.
Private schools are generally free to determine their own curriculum and staffing policies, with voluntary accreditation available through independent regional accreditation authorities. 88% of school-age children attend public schools, 9% attend private schools, and nearly 3% are homeschooled.[5] There are also a large number and wide variety of publicly and privately administered institutions of higher education throughout the country. Post-secondary education, divided into college, as the first tertiary degree, and graduate school, is described in a separate section below. History[edit] In 1823, Reverend Samuel Read Hall founded the first normal school, the Columbian School in Concord, Vermont,[7][8] to improve the quality of the burgeoning common school system by producing more qualified teachers. Education in the United States Education in the United States
K–12 (education) K–12 (education) K–12 (spoken as "k twelve", "k through twelve", or "k to twelve") is a designation for the sum of primary and secondary education. It is used in the United States, Canada, Turkey, the Philippines, and Australia. P–12 is also occasionally used in Australia.[1] The expression is a shortening of kindergarten (K) for 4- to 6-year-olds through twelfth grade (12) for 17- to 19-year-olds, the first and last grades of free education in these countries, respectively. The Term is often used in school website URLs, generally appearing before the country code top-level domain (or in the United States, the state top-level domain). The term "PK–12" is sometimes used to add pre-kindergarten. It is also used by American multinationals selling into the educational sector, such as Dell where UK customers are presented with this as a market segment choice.[2]
Pell Grant The Pell Grant is covered by legislation titled the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), Title IV, Part A, Subpart 1; 20 U.S.C. 1070a. These federal funded grants are not like loans, and need not be repaid. Students may use their grants at any one of approximately 5,400 participating postsecondary institutions. These federally funded grants help about 5.4 million full-time and part-time college and vocational school students nationally.[4] For the 2010–2011 school year, 7 of the top 10 colleges by total Pell Grant money awarded were for-profit institutions.[5] Pell Grant
Organization[edit] The AAU was founded in 1900 by a group of fourteen Ph.D.-granting universities in the United States to strengthen and standardize American doctoral programs. Today, the primary purpose of the organization is to provide a forum for the development and implementation of institutional and national policies, in order to promote strong programs in academic research and scholarship and undergraduate, graduate, and professional education. Association of American Universities Association of American Universities
public(state) versus charter(private) schools

Association of American Universities The Association of American Universities is a nonprofit association of 60 U.S. and two Canadian preeminent public and private research universities. Founded in 1900, AAU focuses on national and institutional issues that are important to research-intensive universities, including funding for research, research and education policy, and graduate and undergraduate education. Six Higher Education Associations Urge House Members to Support Patent Reform Bill, H.R. 1249 Association of American Universities
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accountability

U.S. Department of Education
Congressional Bills - NYTimes.com
Roberto J. Rodríguez Special Assistant to President Obama for Education, serves in the White House Domestic Policy Council
Roberto Rodriguez at 2010 NPS
President Barack Obama pledged support to reestablish America as the global leader in higher education in his State of the Union address last night. The president decried higher education budget cuts, which have become all the more common as states try to balance their coffers. "Cutting the deficit by gutting our investments in innovation and education is like lightening an overloaded airplane by removing its engine," he said. "It may feel like you're flying high at first, but it won't take long before you'll feel the impact." Education would not be included in the five-year spending freeze he outlined before Congress. State Of The Union 2011: Obama Expresses Support For Increased College Aid, Pell Grants
Obama to Help Corporations with Their Complaints About Taxes (image: twolf1) It appears that the President has chosen a new course for a new year: revising corporate income taxes. It has each of the elements we have come to expect from Obama initiatives: 1.
The anti-seniority advertisement from Education Reform Now, which backs the mayor’s agenda…. When Cathleen P. Black, the schools chancellor, testified before the State Legislature on Tuesday about what she called the unavoidable teacher layoffs in New York City that would take place if the governor’s proposed education budget were approved, a line from her remarks might have rung familiar to regular watchers of television ads. “The answer is obvious: Keep the most effective teachers, whether they have been in the system 2 years or 22 years,” Ms. Black told members of the Assembly and Senate budget committees. The Commercial War on Teacher Layoffs
Arthur Goldstein: Garrulous Mr. Gates
Arthur Goldstein: How To Extend Your Teaching Career (SATIRE)
State Budgets: Day of Reckoning - 60 Minutes
Crisis in the Dairyland - For Richer and Poorer - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 03/03
Diane Ravitch - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 03/03
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VIDEO: America Is NOT Broke
America Is NOT Broke': Michael Moore Speaks in Madison, WI -- March 5, 2011
Broke Town, U.S.A.
Meredith Whitney Advisory Group LLC
National Education Reform Organization to Launch in Indiana
Chris Hayes and Naomi Klein Explain Why the Protests in Wisconsin Matter
Wisconsin Teachers Show Us How to Resist the Shock Doctrine - Living in Dialogue
The Shock Doctrine Short Film
Naomi Klein - The Shock Doctrine - Part 1 of 6
Diane Ravitch: Bad news for Indiana teach
The Mind Trust - Home Page
The Mind Trust (TheMindTrust) on Twitter
Laura Bush expected to unveil major public school reform program, an initiative of SMU's George W. Bush Institute | Dallas-Fort Worth Education News
The George W. Bush Institute » George W. Bush Presidential Center
(pdf)The Alliance to Reform Education LeadershipFact Shee
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Teach For America - Help Ensure Educational Opportunity for All
James K. Glassman
Excellence in Education (Jeb Bush)
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NEA Home
Dennis Van Roekel (NEAPresident) sur Twitter
NEA President Calls on Educators to Keep Up the Fight for Public Education‬‏
N.E.A. Shifts Position on Teacher Evaluations
APSCU: Association Private Sector Colleges and Universities
APSCU (apscunow) sur Twitter
Chaîne de ccamedia1
Grading For-Profit Colleges - CNBC
For-profit college group: "Eisman is a self-serving nutcase" - Apr. 21
Death & Life of the Great american School System
Save Our Schools March and National Call to Action
SOSMarch (SOSMarch) on Twitter
Ironic Lessons in Education Reform from Bill Gates