Politics & Policies

Catholic Educators Protest $1M Gift Accepted By Church

Catholic Educators Protest $1M Gift Accepted By Church

The Catholic Church recently received a $1 million grant from a foundation that has ties to the Koch brothers, who have become quite famous for their libertarian views. The money was given to the Catholic University of America, and was protested by fifty different Catholic educators, saying that the acceptance […]

by December 25, 2013 Comments are Disabled Politics & Policies, University
Governor Nixon Proposes More Education Dollars for Missouri Schools

Governor Nixon Proposes More Education Dollars for Missouri Schools

Governor Jay Nixon has proposed raising state funding for schools this week in Missouri. While Governor Nixon is proposing freezes on the tuition of the public universities in Missouri, he wants to increase the funding for schools as well. In fact, Nixon has made a budget increase recommendation of $36.7 […]

by December 15, 2013 Comments are Disabled Politics & Policies
Online Mugshots: A Vital Service or Internet Extortion?

Online Mugshots: A Vital Service or Internet Extortion?

If you spend a lot of time on the Internet, chances are that you’ve seen advertisements for websites claiming to show mug shots of people who have been arrested. These sites may appear shady, but they do present mug shots, as promised. Over the past couple of years, more than […]

by December 10, 2013 Comments are Disabled Politics & Policies, Tech
Top Students Of America Are Being Called Forth To Teach

Top Students Of America Are Being Called Forth To Teach

A campaign is being launched the Department of Education in America in association with Teach for America, Microsoft, Teachers Union, Advertising Council, Educational groups and others. This public service campaign is named as ‘Teach’ which will recruit top students of America. This campaign will help in improving the Education system […]

by December 3, 2013 Comments are Disabled Politics & Policies
South Carolina Parents Eradicate Children From School For Protesting Common Core

South Carolina Parents Eradicate Children From School For Protesting Common Core

A dispute in South Carolina is supplementing fuel to the flare in the conflict to the contentious Common Center State Standards, as localized parents make plans for keeping their kids out of school Monday to assembly at the Department of Education, South Carolina. The association South Carolina parents engage in […]

by December 3, 2013 Comments are Disabled Politics & Policies