Source: Cincinnati Enquirer
Source: Charlotte Observer (NC)
Source: The Tennessean
Source: Indianapolis Star
Source: Education Week
Source: Kentucky Post
…students who quit school in 2004, for instance, will likely cost Kentucky more than $4.8 billion over the course of their lives in lost wages, uncollected taxes and productivity. The estimates...
Source: Christian Science Monitor
Nationwide, 5.4 million K-12 students speak limited English….Only 4 percent of eighth-grade ELLs scored at or above “proficient” in reading, compared with 32 percent of...
Source: The Times and Democrat (SC)
Aware that health care costs are highest for the least educated, the Alliance for Excellent Education calculated state savings by combining the lifetime costs of Medicaid and expenditures for...
Source: Delaware State News
Dropouts are more than three times more likely than graduates to be arrested during their lifetimes, the Alliance for Excellent Education said.
Source: Kearney Hub (NE)
The Alliance for Excellent Education this week bemoaned pre-collegiate coursework, saying more vigorous teaching in high school might eliminate the necessity for remedial education in community...