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Alabama Accountability Act of 2013 Parent-Taxpayer Refundable Tax CreditsAlabama provides a tax credit or rebate to parents who transfer their children enrolled in or assigned to a failing public school to a non-failing public or private school. TAX CREDIT VALUE Parents receive a tax credit worth th
TerraNova 3 data offers practical classroom application; here’s how.
Position Statement on the Common Core State Standards Initiative
Teacher's Learning to Diagnose Students' Struggles to Improve Outcomes.
Benefits and qualities of a just education.
Equitable education; review of the legislation regarding school choice.
Author: Dr. Vernard Gant
Athletic programs are particularly vulnerable to lawsuits because students are involved in high-risk activities. While all sports involve higher risks of injury for students than they would otherwise face in their normal academic settings, some sports clearly have more risk of injury than others.
Author: Ralph D. Mawdsley and Charles J. Russo
A pervasive and damaging message in Western culture is that newer is better. When your vehicle has lost its new-car scent, you’d better upgrade; if your church doesn’t meet your needs, switch to the one across town. This mentality can also affect our view of our children’s education. I’ve invited Mi
Author: Dan Egeler, Michael W. Allen
Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing As part of our recent Nexus Live event in Elgin, IL, I had the opportunity to interview founder and president emeritus of ACSI, Dr. Paul Kienel. At the conclusion of our interview (which will soon be available on Nexus virtual) I asked Paul to share from his hea
Author: Brian S. Simmons
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